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10th March 2021

Online Wikithon: Women in STEM

Join us to add to the world's knowledge of women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.

March 10th 2021, 2-4pm UK time.

Led by the Science Museum’s Wikimedian-in-Residence: Hope Miyoba.

16th March 2021

In It Together - Lockdown heroes with Side Hustles

This is one of the In It Together series of talks to motivate and inspire everyone to shine despite our New Normal. We know 2020 was rubbish for many and 2021 hasn’t started much better. Come along and hear from our speakers who have not only survived but thrived to motivate you into a more positive frame of mind.



WES signs SME Graduate Employment as first Start-Up Partner

SME Graduate Recruitment is the first Partner to sign up to the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) brand-new Start-Up Partnership grade. WES has designed the Partnership to assist the next cohort of engineering businesses to pledge their support to diversity in engineering.

The new Partnership category has been created to ensure that all organisations can gain support for their equality, diversity and inclusion goals no matter their turnover or infancy. The Start-Up Partnership is targeted at organisations in their first three years of registration and with less than £250k turnover.