Increasing the diversity in engineering is something I am very passionate about.
Why? Well the more diversity we have the better decisions we will make.
So when I was asked to be one of the guests for the first ever Beyond 1% Podcast I said yes.
Myself and my fellow female construction workers were surprised about the representation we have. Are you?
Listen for insights on what working in construction is like…www.srm.com/news-and-comment/beyond-1-podcast/
Read all about the adventures of Lottie the doll and find out more about engineering, recycling and gardening.
These books contain lots of things to do alongside the stories.
They are totally free to download from www.weslottietour.org.uk/resources.html
Engineering Togethers’ very own Diversity Champion features in The Tees Online.
Dr Jo Douglas-Harris enlightens The Tees Online readers about her role as a scientist at Venator and gives some examples of the breadth of her work in STEM.
Jo also gives us an idea about her work as a WES Vice President and of course the need for change to make STEM more welcoming to attract and retain women.
Read the full article at thetees.online/a-work-force-for-good/
James is a Process Engineer working in the chemical industry. He is one of very many role models who can help you understand more about the world of work and engineering.
Check out James’ YouTube clip available on our role model page – www.engineeringtogether.com/role-models/
If you work in STEM you can help inspire the next generation in a number of ways. Have a look at our Volunteer Page www.engineeringtogether.com/volunteer-now/
And of course you can also enter our competition www.engineeringtogether.com/prizes/