Want more information and tips on what industry leaders are looking for in a candidate?
Not sure what to do after you’ve finished your degree? Come and join us for a night of
discussion and networking with a variety of local company representatives and female alumni.
This professional development workshop will equip women with the knowledge, support, and skills
to advance their academic and professional careers. Learn all about adjusting your mindset around
negotiation, how to know your worth, and how to ask for what you want.
Go CODE Girl provides an exciting opportunity for girls in grades 7-10 across Ontario to learn about the exciting world of coding and software development, and discover opportunities in computing and engineering fields.
Are you curious about Tarot, the cards, it's readers, or what it means to read and understand each card? Tarot can help you when you've become stalled on your life’s journey, provide insight and information, and guide you to remove any obstacles that are blocking your happiness and fulfilment in life. Join us and Blue Moon Tarot for a specialized Tarot reader for a night of insight, inspiration, and good vibes only.
Mingle with current students, alumni, and staff to discuss important topics on academics, student life,
workplace, co-op, unconscious bias, etc. at University of Waterloo. This is not a pity party! For every
whine that is shared, a cheese, or reason to smile, should follow. Come on out for good people, free
cheese and delicious mocktails.
Come to this all-women workshop for a fun, interactive, safe, and supportive environment.
Get lots of hands-on practice using screwdrivers, hammers, and power drills without feeling self-conscious and without any “mansplaining!”
Are you an engineering student or recent grad whose wondering about your future career as a female engineer? Do you know about the requirements for becoming a P.Eng?
Join us on Thursday January 30 2020 for an evening of speakers, discussion and networking with Professional Engineers Ontario- Grand River Chapter to learn all about the P.Eng process.
Our special guest speaker, Tricia Smith, P.Eng. is the Manager of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at WalterFedy. She is a UWaterloo alumni who graduated from the Mechatronics program.
Guides (Ages 9-11) are invited to the University of Waterloo to earn a badge awared by Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWIE). Complete all the requirements through fun and interactive activity stations led by university students and staff. In addition to completing the badge requirements, the guides will also engage with inspiring mentors who demystify the university experience and technology careers.
New term, new opportunities! Women in Engineering is hosting a fun afternoon mixer where female students and female faculty can connect and get inspired over light snacks and refreshments in a casual, stress- free environment.
Feel intimidated? Don't be! We'll have some guiding questions for you, ice breakers, and a chance to network. This is also an excellent opportunity to meet students from other years and streams.