She's an Engineer features the lives and stories of our inspiring woman engineers who are Members of WES.
The content is designed to help guide career choices, encourage through a network of role models and educate on engineering as a profession for those just setting out in the world of work or those considering a career or sector change.
The She's an Engineer profiles are a unique benefit and great opportunity for our members to showcase their own engineering experiences, to be highlighted as role models and be active promoters of engineering to women and girls.
The transportation sector provides services to move people or goods, as well as transportation infrastructures. Transport includes air freight and logistics, airlines, marine, road and rail. For instance automotive engineers could be involved in car design, manufacture, maintenance, road design and motorsport.
The energy sector involves the production and distribution of energy.
fossil fuels: petroleum industries (oil companies, petroleum refiners, fuel transport and end-user sales at gas stations), coal industries (extraction and processing) and natural gas industries (natural gas extraction, and coal gas manufacture, as well as distribution and sales)
electrical power: electricity generation and electric power distribution and sales
renewable energies: hydroelectric power, wind power, and solar power generation and manufacture, distribution and sale of alternative fuels
traditional energy industry based on the collection and distribution of firewood
Entertainment is any activity that is interesting, fun and or educational. Engineers in this sector work to make sure your free time is spent safely and is there when you want it. For example:
- Designing and maintaining rollercoasters
- Developing video games or apps
- Sound engineers for TV and film
- Museum engineers maintaining equipment for the next generation to enjoy.
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