Young Mining Professionals A network for mining's future leaders

Want to become a mentor?


In an increasingly connected world, where innovation and disruption comes out of collaboration; the value of a network is essential.

This is especially true in an industry that underpins modern life. That provides materials to power a green future. That helps to bring a positive contribution to society. That enables humans to discover new frontiers, and keeps the world connected.

Here’s your opportunity to share your wisdom. To start conversations. To learn from the next generation. To get involved and empower young professionals to become the future leaders of our industry.


Young Mining Professionals exists to provide the new generation of leaders with the skills, the networks, and the opportunities they need to succeed.

Already established in the UK and Canada, and launching in South Africa and Australia, we are the first global network of young mining professionals.

We have a vision to leverage the latest technology to connect young professionals globally.

We host distinguished speaker dinners, mine tours, and networking events.

We share career opportunities, provide scholarships, and host an annual awards ceremony.

We are excited to be launching a global Mentor Hub to connect the best of mining's future talent with established leaders of today.


Let us not forget. Mining is more than engineers; it is more than geologists; it is more than environmental scientists…

It’s the deal doers, the advisers, the brokers, the accountants…

It’s the coders, the communicators, the lawyers, the human resource specialists…

It’s the entrepreneurs, the technologists, the robotics guru, the event organisers…

It’s the explorers, developers, and the producers…

It’s the HQ’s, the mine sites, the contractors, the consultants…

It’s the investors, the juniors, the mid-tiers, the majors…

It’s everyone who enables mining to thrive

You can be a mentor if you bring with you a wealth of experience and wisdom you are willing to share!

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