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- First Women Awards 2015 - Business of the Year Shortlist
WES are delighted to see two of our Corporate Partners shortlisted for Business of Year: Arup and Procter & Gamble. Reaching the shortlist, they have been recognised for the work they do that goes far beyond statutory requirements in promoting and developing female workforces.
WES Conference 'Engineering Women: Are They Returning?' 23 June 2015
NWED Resource Packs for 2015 - sponsored by Airbus, the IET and the Royal Academy of Engineering - are available now. Please request your copy here.
WES has worked to inspire women in engineering and allied sciences for 95 years; promotes careers in engineering; supports companies with gender diversity; and speaks as the collective voice of women engineers. See how here.
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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.
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WES works in conjunction with other similar organisations who share our goals. See the list of our Associates here.
MentorSET has been temporarily suspended whilst funding is found to continue to offer this service. For further information please contact the WES office.
- I need to tell you about Mae, Evita Stengvist
- We won't get more engineering students by lowering tuition fees, Kel Fidler
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