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The IET Women's Network is an online, global, professional networking community for women in STEM, where individuals can interact, share information, knowledge and business contacts in addition to signing up to some of the latest volunteer opportunities.  

Comprising of almost 2,000 individuals, this platform provides members and non-members with numerous collaborative opportunities, most of which can be used to enhance your CPD.
 
Inspired by the lack of women in engineering roles in the UK, the network was set up in 2012 with the aim of utilising it's members to help spread a positive message of women in STEM, offer support to those already in the profession, help to inspire the next generation and demystify engineering and related areas to the wider community.  

This platform is also beneficial to those on a career break who still wish to remain engaged in the industry and make new contacts.

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Highlights

Welcome! 
The IET Women's Network is an initiative, set up in order to engage with under-represented groups within engineering and technology and support them throughout their career.

With almost 2,000 members, you won't be short of people to connect with!
 

Introduce Yourself

 
Women engineers on Wikipedia
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Informative Posters
We have produced three posters that highlight women in STEM, celebrate their achievements and illustrate some of the engineering  careers that are available.  
Download a copy and share!
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Share a photo using #9PercentIsNotEnough to inspire the next generation of female engineers to follow in your footsteps.

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In 2016, the IET proudly announced Dr Jenni Sidey as the IET YWE Award winner.  Since then, Jenni has gone on to win the Royal Academy of Engineering - Young Engineer of the Year Award and most recently; she was named Canada's newest astronaut by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) competing with 3,772  candidates for one of two spots! We are thrilled to have ... read more...
Posted by Jo Foster on The IET Women's Network Jul 6, 2017 2:40 pm BST

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