The third installment of our Career Spotlight Series features five Indigenous women working in various STEM careers throughout Atlantic Canada. Download your copy today!
WISEatlantic was happy to sponsor the production of three videos in the Skills Canada Nova Scotia’s Skilled Futures for Women Interview Series. The aim of this video series is to share the stories of successful women working in a variety of skilled trades industries with the hope that these stories will inspire the next generation of young women who are thinking of their own future careers in skilled trades and technologies.
The second booklet in our Career Spotlight Series is now available! Learn all about careers in a variety of Engineering fields from local engineers from across Atlantic Canada.
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We’ve compiled reading recommendations from our newsletters to create a reading list for Teachers and Professionals!
‘Women In STEM’ is a resource that focuses on the elimination of gender basis, and promote/improve women’s inclusion, participation, leadership and recognition in STEM. This website has great teaching resources on the importance of women in STEM (Science, Technology , Engineering and Math).
The first booklet in the Career Spotlight Series – Women in Science, has been completed. The Career Spotlight Series is directed at young girls in Junior and Senior High Schools and will be distributed to various schools and teachers’ conferences in the Atlantic Provinces. The aim of the Career Spotlight Series is to showcase the variety of careers available in the STEM fields. The first booklet features a diverse selection of female scientists from across the Maritime provinces.
It’s never too late to start your journey or to renew your interest in STEM. Resources from the #ChooseScience campaign from the Government of Canada.
This game helps girls understand the earning potential of STEM Careers.
First journal article by the WISEatlantic Research Team featuring data from our survey of middle school students in the Maritime Provinces.