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- 2015 Karen Burt Winner Announced
Helen Randell announced as the winner of the WES Karen Burt Award for best newly qualified chartered engineer.
The Women's Engineering Society is a professional, not-for-profit network of women engineers, scientists and technologists offering inspiration, support and professional development. Working in partnership, we campaign to encourage women to participate and achieve as engineers, scientists and as leaders. Why not JOIN US.
WES Student Conference, 20-21 November
The annual student conference is fast approaching. Check out the student conference 2014 overview here, and book your place asap:
Have a look and see how you can help WES in 2015. Volunteer and build your CV!
Join WES as a Company Member to support your technical women, demonstrate your support of gender equality in the workplace, or sponsor a WES project, programme or award. Share good practice with other employers. See our Corporate Supporters here.
Or, if you have jobs to advertise, see our new Jobs section.
WES works in conjunction with other similar organisations who share our goals. See the list of our Associates here.
MentorSET is our successful mentoring scheme to help women working in STEM is back. It provides independent mentors who understand the challenges faced and who can provide support and advice. For more information, view the MentorSET website here.
Wednesday 28th October
The Graduate Engineer Show, Derby
Wednesday 4th November
WES Prestige Lecture: Bridges of the Past, Present and Future, London
- Pushing Boundaries. Born to Engineer Video for NWED (Dawn Bonfield)
- Improving the Recruitment of Women in STEM, Natalie Desty
- I need to tell you about Mae, Evita Stengvist
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