Vote in the TEK Election!

Who may vote?

 

All regular members and honorary members of Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland (TEK), and ordinary members of the Finnish Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers (TFiF) who belong to TEK, will be eligible to vote and to stand as candidates for election if their membership has been approved before 1 January 2020.

 

Electronic elections are the environmental choice!


 

You may opt for either electronic or postal voting when the polls open. TEK will donate EUR 3.00 to charity for every electronic vote cast. Electronic voters will also be able to select their preferred charity when voting, with donations going to the three most popular charities selected.

Registering as an electronic voter is made as easy as possible. You can easily identify yourself with a Finnish online banking ID or by entering an email address or a phone number to which we will send a separate code. You can log in to the voting page using the code. 

Please note that the email or telephone number must match the information you have provided in TEK's membership portal. You can check your own information at oma.tek.fi portal.

We send TEK election materials primarily via email. Please note that all members will nevertheless receive their voting cards by post.

Votes may be cast between 17 and 30 March 2020, and the results of the election will be declared on 7 April. This link provides further details of the election timetable.

 

You can choose your favourite amongst these charities: 

The Finnish Nature League: supporting nature and environmental education for children and adolescents 

Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation: donation to preserve old-growth forest

Baltic Sea Action Group: supporting work for the Baltic Sea

WWF: protection of Saimaa ringed seal 

Gold Standard: Gold Standard certified projects for cleaner energy in developing countries

CO2-esto: elimination of emission rights

The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation: donation for FANC’s lobbying efforts for improving climate matters