How come only 22% of Canadians at jobs in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) are women? This problem limits our ability to innovate intelligently.
This imbalance affects women and girls at all levels.
Percentage of girls in middle school interested in STEM
Percent of high school grads complete senior STEM courses
percent of STEM workers who aren't white or asian males
How We Can Help
WISE stands for Women in Science & Engineering but WISE Club isn’t just for women. We bring together students and alumni to be the change we want to see, here at Sheridan College, and beyond.
On campus and online, WISE wants students of Sheridan to build connections and confidence, share resources and experience and provide a space where students work together toward a common mission
Attend meetups and conferences
Donating our time to teach high school students how to code.
Volunteer for hackathons to ship projects for local non-profit's supporting women in our community.
We host AMA Conversations – a speaker series about equality, diversity and personal experiences working in STEM fields
We also host alumni who are mentoring current students
An amazing opportunity to contribute and gain valuable experience
A visionary who is motivated and inspired by women in tech.
Curious, tech-geeck and gets serious when it comes to work.
New Members Welcome
Enthusiastic, passionate with great sense of humor.
What we've been up to
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