Articles tagged with «women»

Not Your “Typical” Welder: Women In The Trades

May 31st, 2017; By Chelsea Mizzi

Let’s be honest – how many of us girls grew up dreaming of being a mechanic or a welder? The answer is probably not many, and if you did you […]

Why Should Girls Get Involved with STEM?

October 21st, 2016; By Amanda Desouza

In our society, girls seem to be underrepresented in fields related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Even more interesting is that in contrast to girls, boys seem to be […]

Bridging the Gap: Women in Skilled Trades

September 30th, 2015; By Erin Kelly

A documentary by Elizabeth Smith, in association with Rogers TV In this awesome documentary, we get to see hardworking, dedicated women working in the trades industry of Canada. It is […]

Feminism and Its Many Perspectives

August 29th, 2015; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

When you ask people what they think feminism means, you will likely get a variety of answers. Some may say it means a feminist is a woman who can do […]

Females Supporting Females

August 26th, 2015; By Jamie Hadland

As young children it seems much easier to get along with others. You befriend new playmates on the playground in minutes. Neighbourhood kids are among our closest allies. Differences aren’t […]

Trades Programs for Women Across Canada

August 25th, 2015; By Maria Cruz

Well, I can’t pretend that I don’t know women have it… a little more difficult than men when it comes to pretty much anything. When you’re trying to earn your […]

Scholarships for Women in Engineering

March 18th, 2015; By Jasmin Bollman

Are you a girl that is looking into a career path in the engineering field? There are a wide variety of scholarships and other opportunities to help assist you with […]