Women in Engineering Sydney

The Sydney branch of Women in Engineering.

About Women in Engineering Sydney

The Women in Engineering (WIE), Sydney Division aims to connect engineering women by promoting an inclusive culture through community involvement. Our members are from a range of engineering disciplines and experience and include university students, graduates, young and established professionals of Sydney, who want to develop solutions that make a difference.

Join us and become involved by sending an email

WIE, Sydney Division establishes and maintains a comprehensive and enduring network providing members with access to careers advice, mentoring opportunities and continuing professional development. We cultivate these relationships through social events and community programs.

As a group, we are inspired by the diverse personalities, creativity and unique approach women offer not only to the engineering industry but to the community. We acknowledge the role of women in society and offer family friendly activities where appropriate.

Contact Us

Please send all enquiries to: sydneywie@engineersaustralia.org.au.

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