Resources

Below you will find websites, videos, reports and much more!

WinSETT Leadership Series Sponsorship Application
For: Women in SETT

WinSETT Leadership Series Sponsorship Application

We are pleased to offer substantial sponsorship for female students and apprentices in Science, Engineering, Trades, and Technology fields, in the Atlantic Provinces to attend workshops within the WinSETT Leadership Program Series.

The WinSETT Leadership Program is built upon the experiences of Canadian women and is the only Canadian program focused exclusively on women in SETT.  The Leadership Program features six full-day workshops run in pairs over several months. For more information on the Leadership Program Workshops, visit http://www.winsett.ca/programs/leadership-program. Click schedule on the right hand side to see a list of the current offerings.

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Terranaut Club
For: Students For: Teachers/Parents

Terranaut Club

We’re a (soon-to-be) educational non-profit for girls that encourages the pursuit of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers through immersive hands-on experiences in science and nature.

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CCWESTT
For: Women in SETT

CCWESTT

The Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT) celebrates the contributions of women in all spheres of Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology, from education to retention and leadership. Their webpage has many links for professionals and role models. Become a member today!

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WWEST 'Best of the WWEST' Podcasts
For: Students For: Teachers/Parents

WWEST 'Best of the WWEST' Podcasts

Best of the WWEST is a podcast hosted by the Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology! This podcast will feature conversations with incredible women in STEM about their lives, careers, and everything in between! Episodes are released every two weeks, so make sure to subscribe to us on iTunes or your favourite podcast provider, and never miss an episode!

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Ladies Learning Code
For: Teachers/Parents For: Women in SETT

Ladies Learning Code

Ladies Learning Code’s mission is to be the leading resource for women and youth to become passionate builders – not just consumers – of technology by learning technical skills in a hands-on, social, and collaborative way. Ladies Learning Code offers workshops for web programming and much more!

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Canada 2067
For: Students For: Teachers/Parents For: Women in SETT

Canada 2067

Canada 2067 is a national initiative to shape the future of STEM learning, focusing on Kindergarten to Grade 12. Using the perspectives and opinions of Canadians, Canada 2067 will develop an action plan and a national vision for STEM learning that will ensure young Canadians are prepared to compete, thrive and contribute in the rapidly changing world of tomorrow.

Canada 2067 is currently looking for input from students, parents, educators, and those interested in education. Share your thoughts today!

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SHAD Valley
For: Teachers/Parents

SHAD Valley

Shad Valley is a four week summer enrichment program where students spend a month living in residence at one of the host university campuses across Canada. The program is offered to students currently completing grade 10, 11 or 12.

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Gender Action Portal
For: Women in SETT

Gender Action Portal

With its Gender Action Portal, the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School provides scientific evidence—based on experiments in the field and in the laboratory—on the impact of policies, strategies and organizational practices aimed at closing gender gaps.

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Chair for Women in Science and Engineering Ontario
For: Teachers/Parents For: Women in SETT

Chair for Women in Science and Engineering Ontario

Check out the Chair for Women in Science and Engineering, Ontario (CWSE_ON) website for resources and news about women in SETT.

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Girls RISEnet
For: Students For: Teachers/Parents For: Women in SETT

Girls RISEnet

Girls RISEnet provides resources to strengthen the professional capacity of informal science educators to engage and motivate minority girls in grades 6-12 to explore and pursue science and engineering careers.

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