Blog: Why Business Needs Balance

Susan Anderson, Head of Infrastructure Support Services at Network Rail, shares with us her recent speech at an International Women's Day event: International women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political…
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Hannah Houston - Championing #womeninSTEM

What inspired you to choose engineering at Strathclyde? When I was at school, I always really enjoyed maths and physics. It was so satisfying to work through a calculation and come out with a number that was not only correct (well…most…

Taking action on women in STEM across Europe

Over the last eighteen months Equate Scotland have been partnering with colleagues at the City of Glasgow College, VHTO in the Netherlands and Miguel Altuna in the Basque Country to deliver a project focused on increasing the participation of…

Kirsty Carlyle - My STEM journey

What inspired you to choose Biomedical Engineering at University of Glasgow? My route into Biomedical Engineering is unorthodox as I originally decided to pursue a degree in Anatomy at UofG as a route into medicine. I have always been interested…

Hear from #STEMinist Roisin Louth

During the summer I was faced with the rather daunting prospect of graduating and not quite knowing where to go next. Therefore, I thought applying for a summer placement through Equate Scotland’s Careerwise scheme would provide me with a…

Join in: This is What a STEMinist Looks Like

Join our campaign to tackle negative gender stereotypes and champion diversity in STEM. It is estimated that only 25% of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) sector are women. This a waste of talent and opportunity…

New chapter of the Equate Student Network

The ‘Interconnect Network’ was established by Equate Scotland in 2009 as the network for women studying STEM at college and university in Scotland. The network has been innovative in providing opportunities for women to connect with each…

Developing Strategies and Embedding Equality

Equate Scotland's training and consultancy support has been in huge demand over the last year. We have had the opportunity to work with large STEM employers, start ups and colleges, providing practical and holistic support to enable them to…

Tapping All Our Talents - what's next?

Equate Scotland's Director, Talat Yaqoob, reviews the updated Tapping All Our Talents report on whether progress has been made in the 6 years since the original report release. Read the full report here.  Equate Scotland had the opportunity…

Careerwise Placements - Now Open!

Careerwise is now open for applications for summer 2019 Round 1 of Careerwise is now open for applications!  So far, 18 organisations have signed up to Careerwise for summer 2019, between them offering 38 paid work placements, presenting…

Closing the Digital Skills Gap with Careerwise

According to a 2017 survey, over 88% of Software Engineers worldwide are male and only 7.6% are female. For 5 years now, CAS has been involved with Careerwise run by Equate Scotland, a paid placement scheme for women studying STEM subjects at…

Equate Career Hub … Coming Soon!

We are excited to announce the launch of the Equate Career Hub, Scotland’s first careers website tailored specifically towards women working in STEM. The Equate Career Hub will work directly with STEM employers looking to attract more female…