International Women in Engineering Day

Tuesday 23rd June is International Women in Engineering Day.
The Women’s Engineering Society started the campaign in 2014. The aim is to raise the profile of women in engineering and highlight the amazing career opportunities available.

We’re inviting teachers and students to chat to engineers in four special chats.

Live chats will take place in the Summer Zone on Tuesday 23rd June at:

  • 11.30am
  • 2pm
  • 4pm
  • 6pm

Anyone can login with social media and join the chat.

Teachers & Youth Group Leaders

Join any of the International Women in Engineering Day chats with your class or group. Chats are at 11.30am, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm.

Log in to the Summer Zone with your existing account, or use social media.

Need an account? Register here to take part with your students or youth group

Women in Engineering: Join the live chats

Chats are open for 1 hour and you can drop in for as long as you like.

Need a Summer Zone account?

Sign up now

Already have an IAS Stay at home account?

First, add your account to the Summer Zone (you need to be logged in for this link to work)

Then accept the chats on your Dashboard or just turn up to the Chat page at 11.30am, 2pm, 4pm or 6pm on the day.

Alternatively, email support@imascientist.org.uk to request access to Summer Zone.

Thank you to Tideway for supporting I’m a Scientist, Stay at home activities for International Women in Engineering Day.

“We want more young people to know about the range of careers and opportunities that engineering and construction can offer them. There are exciting times ahead in the industry where technology, environment and innovation will be even more intertwined to all aspects of construction.

What better way for someone to make their own mind up than talking directly to engineers working on the Super Sewer?”

Posted on June 12, 2020 by modjen in News. Leave a comment

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