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WES Launches 2021 WE50 Awards

The Women’s Engineering Society is delighted to launch the Top 50 Women in Engineering (WE50) campaign for 2021. The theme this year is Engineering Heroes.

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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.

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Pareto Facilities Management is delighted to become WES Partner

Pareto Facilities Management is delighted to announce that we have joined the Women's Engineering Society (WES). WES is a charity and a professional network of women engineers offering encouragement, assistance and professional development.

Breaking into Transmission and Distribution Engineering

Finding your first job in engineering is a daunting prospect. You have to navigate a labyrinth of graduate schemes, internships, networking events and advice websites, potentially while taking exams or working in another field.

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CDT in Sustainable Hydrogen is proud to be new WES partner

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Hydrogen is proud to be a new partner of the Women’s Engineering Society. Our Centre is a partnership between the universities of Nottingham, Loughborough, Birmingham and Ulster and we are investigating hydrogen innovations to meet the global energy challenge.

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NMITE opens for business and launches search for 50 future engineers – no experience necessary

December 2020 - NMITE (New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering) announces that it is open for business and is inviting applications to fill 50 places in its Pioneer Cohort who will be the first graduates of NMITE’s Master’s Degree in Integrated Engineering in just over three years' time. Successful applicants will have their academic fees and accommodation costs covered in full for their first year thanks to a host of Pioneer Funders who, with other partners, have together provided a valuable contribution and investment in NMITE’s future success. The news comes as the institution has received validation by The Open University (OU) which enables it to start student recruitment.