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The Women’s Engineering Society is a charity and professional network of women engineers, scientists and technologists offering inspiration, support and professional development. WES’ vision is of an engineering industry that employs the diversity of the society it serves to solve the biggest societal issues of our time, and WES’ mission is to support women in engineering to fulfil their potential and support the engineering industry to be inclusive.

GlamSci is a STEM educational and diversity charity, who’s vision is to take STEM out of the classroom scenario and putting it back into the local community, guiding  students through STEM education and into the STEM workplace.

The British Science Association believes that science should be a fundamental part of society and culture and owned by the wider community. Our mission is to transform the diversity and inclusivity of science; reach under-served audiences; and increase the number of people who are actively engaged and involved in science.

Women on Boards exists to support our members into the boardroom.
We are a network of over 35,000 women, and some men, who are starting and shaping their board careers. We are there to support, encourage and offer honest and helpful advice. What we do works – on average seven members secure a new board role each week.
Sign up for free here.

STEM Returners, returns highly qualified and experienced STEM professionals after a career break. We work with employers who share our common objective of increasing diversity in STEM and creating a sector where everyone feels valued, supported and included.
For more information visit www.stemreturners.com.

Not Going To Uni was founded in 2008 to showcase the alternatives to the standard university route to school and college leavers.
We are on a mission to change the way that young people engage with brands and discover their future careers. We work closely with Schools, Colleges, Careers Advisers and our team of NGTU Ambassadors to drive awareness of the fantastic alternatives to university.

The STEM Returners Index by @ReturntoSTEM has shown women trying to return to the engineering industry after a career break are more likely to experience recruitment bias than men. This is preventing talented professionals from helping to plug the engineering skills gap.
More information is available at www.stemreturners.com 
#WomeninSTEMCampaign2021 #ReturnToWork #INWED2021

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