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View our Gallery of Women Engineers
Thank you for joining with us to celebrate National Women in Engineering Day on the 23rd June. During the two weeks surrounding this event, Matchtech invited women engineers to nominate themselves to be profiled on our community site and interviewed the most inspirational women to give us their stories. We spoke to them about what encouraged them to pursue a career in engineering in the first place, their greatest achievements and future career aspirations.
We are now proud to launch our flickbook of women engineers - please feel free to browse, download or share this incredible collection of achievements from female engineers who are passionate about their industries:
Securing the future of the UK as a world leader in engineering through mitigating the skills gap is something Matchtech is passionate about. One way in which the engineering community can help to resolve this shortage is to encourage more women to pursue engineering careers.
National Women in Engineering Day was set up by the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) to celebrate their 95th Anniversary. The day is designed to bring into focus the wealth of career opportunities that engineering provides in order to encourage more women to enter the industry.The day looks to unite governmental, educational and corporate groups as well as professional engineering institutions to highlight their support for diversity and inclusion across the industry, and to encourage the next generation of females to consider a career in engineering, celebrate and retain female engineering talent, and reach out to those women who may have left the industry.
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