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WES is a collaborative organisation: we believe that to accomplish our goals we must work in partnership with others.  

If you are an individual or part of an organisation who shares our vision of gender diversity and inclusion within STEM, we would love to hear from you.

To find out why you should partner with WES, take a look at Why Partner. WES runs several projects and programmes and we are always on the lookout for collaborators to make these a success. To support and work with WES, consider taking up one of our Partnership packages.

WES initiated the International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) to celebrate women's role in engineering.

If you want to work with WES regional contacts, try reaching out to your local WES Cluster. Our volunteers would be delighted to collaborate with local organisations.

We count over forty close partners and supporters ranging from large corporates, SMEs, universities, colleges of further education to micro enterprises who help WES deliver opportunities to its members and partners.  View a list of our partners.

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54 Years of Working to Address Gender Diversity in Engineering

Over 50 years ago, brilliant British engineer Dr Cosby Smallpeice ploughed £1.6m of his personal fortune into setting up The Smallpeice Trust, to give young people, especially girls, the role models and experiences to fuel their passion for engineering. With International Women in Engineering Day (#INWED20) on the horizon, Dr Kevin P Stenson, chief executive at The Smallpeice Trust, continues to drive the charity’s mission and provides us with an update on its work and the results.