Humanitarian projects attracting women to engineering
How to attract more females into STEM? That’s that question that a new report – “Engineering Redefined” – published by Engineers Without Borders and supported by The Origin Foundation tries to answer. In the Australian workforce, female engineers are a rare sight at just 12 percent. In comparison, Engineers Without Borders Australia (EWB) has a uniquely high female engagement, at 41 percent. Amongst a range of findings, the report suggests that involving women in humanitarian and social projects could be a crucial key in getting more females involved in engineering.
To read more see the story on the Origin Energy website
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