Women in STEM networks & organisations throughout the UK
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BCS Women provides networking opportunities for all BCS professional women working in IT around the world. The Group's main objective is to provide support for female IT professionals, as well as mentoring and encouraging girls/women to enter IT as a career.
Cambridge Association for Women in Science and Engineering (CamAWiSE) is a regional network established to help retain and improve the representation of women in science, engineering, technology and mathematics (STEM) fields in both industry and academia.
The Cherie Blair Foundation is a Mentoring Women in Business Programme that helps women become successful entrepreneurs and leaders in their communities.
Entrepreneurial Women in Renewable Energy (EWiRE) initiative addresses the under-representation of women in our sector across England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, particularly at high levels.
Equate Scotland is Scotland’s expert in gender equality throughout these fields. We make a tangible and sustainable change enabling women studying and working in these keys sectors to develop, by supporting their recruitment.
IET Women’s Network is an initiative set up in order to engage with under-represented groups within engineering and technology. It consists of many elements which target key areas of focus; Children, teachers & parents, final year engineering students, women in industry and finally, organisations.
Interconnect is a network for women studying science, engineering, technology and the built environment across Scotland. We help students to develop personal networks, build links with industry and enhance career prospects.
Manchester Girl Geeks meets once a month. Come along and meet us!
MentorSET is a successful mentoring scheme to help women working in STEM which has been running since 2002. We provide independent mentors who understand the challenges faced and who can provide support and advice.
Mums in Science supports parents who work, have worked or want to work in any aspect of science. We form part of the Euroscicon group and in collaboration with Euroscicon we have run workshops for WOMEN IN SCIENCE.
POWERful Women (PfW) seeks to advance the professional growth and leadership development of women across the UK’s energy sector.
Robogals is a student-run organisation that aims to increase female participation in engineering, science and technology through fun and educational initiatives aimed at girls in primary and secondary school
ScienceGrrl is a campaign to encourage girls and young women to engage with and develop their interest in STEM.
STEMettes encourages more girls to enter into STEM fields, collaborating with schools to bring them interactive 'STEM in a day' programmes, and partnering with major corporations to push the girls in STEM agenda.
TechFuture Girls is a club designed for girls and is available FREE to all schools in the UK.
TechFuture Women's Network offers a range of ways for female professionals to mentor students, inspiring them in their education paths and career development.
Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) leads and participates in multiple research projects, seeks to raise the visibility of women within the HPC community, showcases women leaders and provides networking and mentoring opportunities.
Women who Code Networking events for women in computing.
WICWales is a network for women working in the Information, Communication, Technology (ICT) and Construction sectors and either living or working in specific areas of Wales. We have a wide range of training and support opportunities and would welcome you to join us.
Women into Construction is a community interest company, supporting women wishing to work in the construction industry. They offer free construction related training, as well as brokerage into work-placements and employment.
Women’s Engineering Society is a membership organisation which works to inspire, encourage and support women and girls to achieve their potential as engineers, scientists and technical leaders. Formed in 1919 after WW1, WES is the oldest women’s engineering organisation in the world and is proud of its pioneering history.
Women in film and television UK - Any female professional working in the film, television or creative media industry in the UK can become a member of WFTV (UK).
Women in Logistics (WiL) provides networking and professional development events, offers support and mentoring and showcases the achievements of role-model women, provides an inclusive and encouraging environment to nurture female talent within the sector.
Women in Mining (WIM) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting and progressing the development of women in the mining and minerals sector.
Women in Nuclear UK's mission is to address the industry's gender balance, improve the representation of women in leadership and to engage with the public on nuclear issues. WiN UK is a non-profit making organisation run entirely by volunteers.
Women in Rail was created to improve diversity in the UK rail industry through providing networking opportunities and support for all women within the sector.
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Women in Science Student Network is a National Network of Women in Science Student Societies led by Jess Wade of the WISE Young Women's Board.
WOMEN’STEC is the largest quality provider of training for women in non-traditional skills in Northern Ireland.
Women in Telecoms and Technology (WiTT) is an informal networking group focused on education and enhancing women’s careers by sharing experiences and lessons learned in members’ career development. We encourage mentoring and provide excellent networking opportunities.
Women in Transport is the leading professional network for women in transport. The organisation supports the professional development of its members through a high quality programme of events. It also acts as the go-to place for leaders in the transport sector who want to champion women and increase gender diversity.