The WiSE Program Team warmly invites all women studying a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) degree at Western Sydney University to register for the Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) Program.
The WiSE Program Team works closely with employers, professionals and lecturers to deliver a flexible, free and fun program.
Established in 2015, the WiSE Program is a co-curricular program designed to get you career-ready. Learn what you can do with your degree, get career advice, meet people working in your field, visit employers, go on study tours, attend conferences and workshops, develop your skills, receive job alerts, have business cards printed and meet other students socially.
You can also apply for the Mentoring Strand to be matched with someone working in your industry for career advice and support.
You can easily access online and face to face activities based on your needs and interests through CareerHub. You will be automatically collecting points each time you complete an activity. You can do as much or as little as you like – it’s up to you – and if you collect 100 points or more, you will receive a Completion Certificate and Transcript at the end of the year.
The WiSE Program is an opportunity for industry to connect with a talented pool of women studying STEM degrees. Industry participation in the program is voluntary and can include mentoring a student, hosting a workplace visit, offering work experience or speaking at a WiSE Program event.