This one day event is aimed at ge S2 – S6 girls interested in a STEM career and combines presentations from inspirational female engineers with practical sessions in the Colleges new state-of-the-art engineering campus. Participants will be able to:
- Practice electronics on our award winning city bytes circuit boards
- Experience Mechanical and Electrical Engineering training
- Visit our industry standard Nautical Ship Simulator and Ships Control and Engine Room
- Speak to professionals and current students about becoming a female engineer.
The event is free to attend and is being held on the 10th March 2016 at City of Glasgow College, Riverside Campus, 21 Thistle Street, G5 9XB.
To sign up for this event simply visit http://womenintoengineering.eventbrite.co.uk or email email@example.com
Primary Engineer has just launched their December 2015 Highlights. Visit their website at the link below to see all the interesting activities, projects and training they are offering and involved in.
Equate Scotland, committed to equality in education and making a positive difference to women interested in STEM related employment, has just published its annual review for 2014. Aiming to encourage women and girls into careers in science, technology engineering and the built environment, Equate looks back on their achievements of providing far reaching opportunities for students and pupils.
You can access the annual review here: 11184_equate_careerwise_booklet_rfw . For more information visit: www.equatescotland.org.uk