Talent 2030

You can decide where in the world you want to be an engineer

Yewande Akinola is an engineer. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Design and Appropriate Technology and a Masters in Innovation and Design for Sustainability. Yewande’s engineering experience and responsibilities include the design and management of sustainable water supply systems in the built environment. She has worked on projects in the U.K., Africa, the Middle East and in [...]

One of the world’s leading female engineers is recognised by University

£21 million revolutionary building open for business Building named after first women President of the Institution of Mechanical Engineering Pam Liversidge The revolutionary engineering graduate school building at the University of Sheffield has today (7 February 2014) been named after one of the world's leading female engineers. The £21 million seven-storey building on the corner of Newcastle Street and Broad Lane will be [...]

Talent 2030 visit world’s largest helicopter manufacturer!

Talent 2030 arranged for a class of female pupils to visit the world’s largest helicopter manufacturer. 27 year 8 and 9 pupils from The Market Bosworth School travelled down to Eurocopter at Oxford airport on 3 Januarary for a once in a lifetime tour around the exciting helicopter factory. The girls were also given a special talk from Talent 2030 Project [...]

Why we love engineering!

There are so many reasons to pursue engineering as a career, we asked our female engineer Twitter followers why they love engineering and here are their reasons why:  “Love engineering! No two days are the same - Engineering is Creative, Interesting, Challenging and FUN!”  - Elizabeth Orchard @OrchardElizabet “I love engineering because we help solve the world's greatest challenges everyday” – Ellie [...]