Regional and sector hubs in your area
The WISE regional hubs are being set up around the country to give women and men in STEM a local network to get involved with.
These will be local events with inspirational speakers. The local hubs will give people the opportunity to meet easily to discuss issues, share success strategies and also inspire girls at local schools about the great career opportunities available for women in science and engineering. This will help forge strong links between schools, universities and STEM industries in the local area.
If you are interested in setting up a hub with WISE in your area, please contact the Membership Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
See also the WISE Sector Hubs below.
All these groups are based on LinkedIn where you can join up and join in the conversations.
WISE regional hubs
The WISE West Midlands Hub was launched at the end of 2016 at Sollihull college, we welcome any one in this are a to join the online community and start discussions, ask questions or suggest event topics here WISE West Midlands Hub Online Community.
The WISE hub for thttps://www.linkedin.com/groups/8580684he North East of England held its launch event on September 22nd, hosted by Northumbrian Water at their Durham offices. WISE hubs are co-ordinated by our members in the region and provide additional local opportunities for WISE individual and corporate members to come together, network and learn from each other. If you’d like to join the North Eat Hub please contact WISE Hub Co-ordinator Nicola Horler - Nicola.horler [at] nwl.co.uk
The WISE Bristol hub was launched on 23 June 2015 to celebrate National Women in Engineering Day. It is open to both WISE members and non-members, this group is for all STEM professionals, teachers and businesses in Bristol and the surrounding area. Read about the launch
The second meeting of the WISE Bristol Hub took place on the evening of the 19 November 2015 at Atkins offices’ in Bristol where people from various local schools, universities, and industry came together to find out about WISE’s new resource People Like Me.
Organiser: Sarah Behenna - email@example.com
Join the WISE Bristol hub LinkedIn group
The WISE Plymouth Hub promotes the excellent achievements of women in STEM across the city. Events are open to anyone, of any gender, who is interested in enhancing the diversity of STEM industries.
For further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Two Atkins colleagues are creating a network in Aberdeen for WISE individual and corporate members to come together, network and learn from each other.
They would love to have you involved in taking part and shaping this network. Please do join the WISE Aberdeen Hub LinkedIn community so that they can keep you informed of their plans and activities.
More WISE Hubs coming soon
Please contact Ruth Frost- r.frost[at]wisecampaign.org.uk if you are interested in getting involved with any of these or if you would like to set up a WISE hub in a different part of the country.
WISE sector campaigns
WISE understands the topics that affect you in your sector!
WISE wants to ensure that we are getting to the heart of the issues for you whether you are involved in the construction, technology, energy or other specific sector. To do this we are setting up a series of LinkedIn groups to allow our members to network and raise questions in a dedicated group of like-minded and knowledgeable individuals.
The WISE Energy Campaign provides an opportunity for people working in the energy sector to network. Women are vastly underrepresented in this sector.
More WISE sector campaigns coming soon
We would like to set up WISE Teachers/ Governors, WISE Maritime and WISE Pharmaceutical over the next 6 months. If you are interested in getting involved with any of these groups please contact the WISE office on 0113 222 6072.