WES works in conjunction with a number of other organisations who share our goals and aspirations.
Many organisations are actively working to hire more women in science, technology, engineering, maths (STEM) jobs. Where Women Work helps such organisations find and engage impressive female talent - internships, graduates, apprenticeships, experienced hires, women returners and senior executives. Whether engineering, technology, energy, finance, operations or logistics roles - Where Women Work helps organisations build their pipelines of female talent. From tailored campaigns to direct candidate sourcing, Where Women Work partners with organisations like WES that share a mutual mission in increasing the number of women leaders in STEM.
STEMNET creates opportunities to inspire young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
WIBSE - Women in Building Services Engineering
WiBSE is to inspire the next generation and create the support network that will enable more women to join, stay and progress within our industry and Institution.
WISE - Women in Science and Engineering
WISE helps organisations to inspire women and girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) as pathways to exciting and fulfilling careers. Our mission is to push the presence of female employees from 13% to 30% by 2020, boosting the talent pool to drive economic growth.
WISET - Women in Science, Engineering and Technology
The main focus of the Women in Science, Engineering and Technology (WiSET) team, based within the Centre for Science Education (CSE) is to widen the participation of under-represented groups in science, technology, engineering, maths (STEM) and the built environment. WiSET have developed and delivered a wide range of innovative projects, resources, schemes and activities over more than ten years based on gender and occupational segregation at all levels of education and employment.
WISRNet - Women in Science Research Network
WISRNet is a project that brings historians, archivists and practising scientists together to research women's participation in science and learned societies in Britain since 1830. Our aim is to understand women's low visibility and historic exclusion, to uncover further avenues for research and to develop strategies to improve the participation of women in science today. WISRNet will be holding a
number of events, including online seminars and discussions, over the next few months; please subscribe to WISRNet alerts to stay in touch.
Cambridge AWiSE is a regional network for women in science, engineering and technology (SET) in both industry and academia and for women who wish to return to a SET career after a break. We bring together women with common interests and act as a source of support, information and inspiration. We aim to help women stay in SET and make the most of their careers. We provide regular talks, workshops, networking opportunities and information through our website and newsletter.