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Women in STEM Education (WiSE) Program
Please be advised that the WiSE Program employer visits and events are cancelled until the 30th of June. In the current climate, many events are being cancelled and as a University, we are assessing the situation for each event. The health, safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and industry partners is our priority and we appreciate your patience at this time as we work through this situation.
More information about the University's response to COVID-19 can be found at https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/coronavirus-information.html?icid=hp-omc-informationoncoronavirus
The Women in STEM Education (WiSE) Program supports the career development of women studying in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at Western Sydney University. The program aims to improve the representation and retention of women in these sectors by equipping students with valuable knowledge and skills throughout their career journey.
The WiSE Program (launched as Women in Science and Engineering in 2015) is unique. The program connects current students with their peers, alumni and employers and empowers them to enhance their professional skills and networks through a broad range of activities and events.
Students can learn about the opportunities their degree offers, gain access to career advice, connect with professionals in the industry, attend conferences and workshops, apply for mentoring opportunities, receive job alerts, have business cards printed and more.
Further information about the WiSE Program, including a 2020 calendar, is available:
The WiSE Program Team warmly welcomes all women studying a STEM degree at Western Sydney University. You can simply access the program via CareerHub (use your Student ID to log in). Once you have logged in, click on the ‘CareerHub’ button located on the left side of the dashboard and select ‘The WiSE Program’ from the drop-down menu.
The WiSE Program Team works closely with employers, professionals and industry partners to provide experiences, career development advice and employment prospects promoting a diverse STEM workforce. Through opportunities such as mentoring, hosting workplace visits, sponsoring experience grants and participating in networking events, industry professionals have the unique opportunity of connecting with a talented pool of women in STEM degrees. To get involved, please register your interest.
Making a Difference
Watch highlights and interviews from previous years:
Read about the impact of the program for students:
- Emina Mujanovic, Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology, 2015 – 2017
- Georgia Free, Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Chemistry) with Distinction, 2015 – 2017
- Thy Pham, Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), 2012 – 2016