From the clean water we drink to the technology in our hands, Engineering underpins every aspect of modern life and has a major role to play in solving the global challenges of today and tomorrow. Our vision is that one day every Canadian - regardless of gender, ethnicity, orientation, religion, ability or thinking style - understands the power of engineering to unlock and shape positive societal change.
HeForShe is a solidarity campaign for the advancement of gender equality, initiated by UN. Its goal is to achieve equality by encouraging both genders to partake as agents of change and take action against negative stereotypes and behaviors, faced by people with feminine personalities/genders.
Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. The organization is working to close the gender employment difference in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like.
Let’s Talk Science is a registered Canadian charitable organization focused on education and skills development for Canadian children and youth through science, technology, engineering and mathematics based programs.
The CanWIT (Women in Tech) Group, created by the CATAAlliance, is a GLOBAL Forum for women professionals to connect with peers, share knowledge, promote research, collaborate and seek suggestions and advice on career advancement and business growth in the high-growth technology sector.
We are committed to the advancement of women in technology under the CATAAlliance innovation umbrella.
PAGES is our all-girls program to foster an interest and passion for STEM amongst young women! PAGES explores many STEM related topics and ideas, giving campers confidence to pursue their passions! In addition to skills in STEM, the group will develop soft skills and learn more about both the university life and career options beyond. PAGES will feature an extended stay on campus one night of the week, allowing the group to eat dinner together and learn more about university life.