We need you! Volunteering for the Electrifying Women project

One of the main aims of the project – to introduce more people to the history of women in engineering and thereby encourage more girls and women to find their place in the industry – still requires work. There are still many more audiences to reach and more stories to tell. This is why we need you! We want to provide the resources that you might need to deliver your own events, or to write a blog, or do your own research into the history of women in engineering.

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RT @womenslibrary: #gwlfacts Mary Somerville was a Scottish scientist, supporter of women's education and suffrage, and not only was s… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Join @lizbruton and Graeme Gooday for a talk on @WESCentenary powerhouse Caroline Haslett at Crawley Museum on 25th… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

RT @WESCentenary: Ira Rischowski 1899-1989 1st female #electricalengineering student @TUDarmstadt #Germany in 1919. In 1936 she came… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…