Women in STEM unites industry leaders with inspiring stories of passion, persistence, and success, to provide you with information about the ever-growing possibilities STEM fields hold for girls and women across Canada.
While more women and girls in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) are finding more support and fellowship than ever before, there’s still much to be done toward achieving gender parity. Below, leading women in STEM fields share their experiences and career advice for youth.
When exploring careers in STEM, Dr. Gabriela Mastromonaco — who now works at the Toronto Zoo — chose a unique field: reproductive conservation science.
The Canadian Association for Girls In Science shares their top science activities for kids to try at home — STEM fun is just a few household items away!
A growing gender disparity in the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic calls for new equitable and inclusive strategies when designing the future of work.
We need to open the doors to STEM for women and Two Spirit, trans, and non-binary people. Here’s 3 ways to break the gender barriers in STEM.