The Women in Engineering Development Program is a series of workshops, seminars, networking opportunities and other activities that has been accredited by UNSW Advantage. This means that students who participate fully in the program can have it listed on their AHEGS as a co-curricular activity.
The goal of the program is to connect women in engineering, enhance their educational experience and prepare them for their professional careers. The program also provides the opportunity to volunteer in outreach activities, particularly those aimed at promoting engineering to school-aged girls.
Accumulate a total of 100 points by participating in associated activities. This must include volunteering or outreach activities.
Outreach activities will have training sessions associated with them and will be arranged in consultation with the volunteering students.
Students opt-in to activities as they suit their schedule. They have the course of their degree to complete the 100 points.
Dr Alex Bannigan, Women in Engineering Manager
For more information about co-curricular activities see UNSW Advantage.