• Supporting women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology.
  • Celebrating the contributions of women in science, engineering, trades and technology.
  • Providing networking opportunities for girls and women studying and working in science, engineering, trades and technology.
  • Empowering women in science, engineering, trades and technology to be leaders
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Connect with women in Science, Engineering, Trades & Technology (SETT) from across the country, to collaborate, network and share best practices, and so much more!

 

Welcome to the Home of CCWESTT

The Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT) is a leader for and a voice of a national community for women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (SETT). We are proud to promote girls and women studying and working in these fields, and celebrate the contributions of women in all spheres of SETT.

As a national organization made up of individuals, groups, institutions and industries, CCWESTT builds alliances and partnerships which support and celebrate a diverse SETT workforce. From education, to retention and leadership, our goal is to empower and support women who study and work in these fields through conferences, professional development opportunities, building networks and mentorship relationships, and being a voice for women in SETT in Canada.

  • Made-in-Canada Athena SWAN Consultation

    Made-in-Canada Athena SWAN Consultation

    Informational briefings on a "made in Canada" approach to an Athena SWAN initiative are being held through to September. The briefings will cover the basic objectives and logistics of the model, implementation process, and answer questions

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  • International Women in Engineering Day is June 23, 2018

    International Women in Engineering Day is June 23, 2018

    International Women in Engineering Day is an international awareness campaign to raise the profile of women in engineering and focuses attention on the amazing career opportunities available to girls in this

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  • CCWESTT Past President appointed to CCUNESCO

    CCWESTT Past President Dr. Liette Vasseur appointed to the Canadian Commission for UNESCO

    The Canada Council for the Arts is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Liette Vasseur as President and Mireille Apollon as Vice-President of the Canadian Commission

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