Our vision is of an engineering industry that employs the diversity of the society it serves, to solve the biggest societal issues of our time. We support women in engineering to fulfil their potential and support the engineering industry to be inclusive.

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The WES Annual Conference will be held in April.

Under the theme of Enhanced by Engineering this is a great opportunity to learn and network

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Become part of the biggest organisation in the UK for Women Engineers

Join us for networking, inspiration, recognition and learning.


Empower your female engineers to thrive.

WES is a volunteer-led organisation that encourages our members to get involved.

WES run a number of campaigns designed to raise the profile of women engineers.

Visit the WES jobs board to see all the latest roles available within the industry.

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