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STEM Returners: Creating new talent pools in STEM
November 21st 2017

STEM Returners: Creating new talent pools in STEM

Are you a professional who has left STEM and struggled to return? Are you already working in STEM and want to transfer to another sector but lack the industry experience? Or are you an employer who wants to access a new talent pool, and positively increase your diversity?

The Women’s Engineering Society (WES), in partnership with The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST), is excited to be launching an inspiring new ‘STEM Returners Programme’ specifically designed to help the thousands of STEM candidates who want to return to engineering after a career break, but fear that their skills are way out of date.

The programme will also serve as a transfer of learning programme, to allow employers to attract and re-train engineers from other industries. This is an industry-wide programme and will look to attract diverse candidates from all areas of technical STEM, as well as business roles such as project management, procurement and leadership.

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