WinSETT Centre receives funding from NL Workforce Innovation Centre
By: WinSETT Centre
On Jan. 11, 2019, Bernard Davis, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour in Newfoundland and Labrador announced six recipients of funding from the NL Workforce Innovation Centre (NLWIC).
WinSETT was awarded $280,851 for a 31-month project to enhance its Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (SETT) Leadership Program in NL and make it more available to women in isolated and remote workplaces through online delivery.
WinSETT Leadership Letter (Winter 2019)
By: WinSETT Centre
CCWESTT is happy to share the latest issue of the WinSETT Leadership Letter (Winter 2019).
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MCWESTT is Hosting CCWESTT 2020!!!
By: 2020 CCWESTT Biennial Conference Planning Team - January 29, 2019
Wondering why you haven't heard about MCWESTT 2019? That's because... we are hosting CCWESTT 2020!!!
MCWESTT is so excited to be hosting the national biennial conference for the Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology in May 2020! The conference will bring together attendees from all over Canada in the heart of the continent to engage in important conversations; advance the role of women in engineering, science, trades and technology; and to inspire change.
We need your help to make this happen!
Pay Gap Between Women, Men in Canadian Tech Jobs is Nearly $20K Per Year: Study
By: Tara Deschamps, The Canadian Press - January 23, 2019
Women in Canadian tech jobs, with a bachelor's degree or higher, earn nearly $20,000 less a year than their male counterparts — and that pay gap can be just as stark for visible minority and Indigenous tech workers, a new study says.