The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is looking for the 2016 winner of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) prize, which forms part of the IET Young Woman Engineer (YWE) of the Year Awards.
The Women’s Engineering Society Prize is awarded to a young female engineer who is able to engage and inspire young people’s involvement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
The winner will be rewarded with £750 and a certificate at the prestigious YWE Awards Ceremony, on 1 December 2016.
Winning also means that you will:
have exciting new opportunities available for you to further your career
get invitations to attend high profile events with some of the most influential people in the industry
represent fellow female engineers through being a WES and an IET Ambassador.
All applications must be received by 30 June 2016. For details on how to apply and further information please visit http://www.theiet.org/ywe.
2015 WES prize winner Helen Cavill started her career off from a year in industry placement before graduating with a first-class degree in Manufacturing Engineering. She became a Chartered Engineer in 2014 and has also been a STEM Ambassador for the last nine years.
Read her full story here: http://conferences.theiet.org/ywe/previous/2015/winners/index.cfm