Making Work Work for You

Equate Scotland and Women Into Tech are delighted to partner with Ada.Scot for the Ada Scotland Festival this October.

Are you interested in pursuing a career in tech? Are you already working in the sector? Have you tried to envision the ideal organisation to work for? Are you looking for tips on how to progress your career and overcome some of the barriers women face in the industry?

Then this workshop might be for you. Looking at both the opportunities and challenges for women in the tech industry, we will explore ways to build more inclusive workplaces and why this is particularly relevant and important in the tech industry. We will try to envision what our ideal organisation look like and provide you with tools and tips to build on this vision. This workshop is also an opportunity to meet with like-minded women, and find ways to navigate change in a constantly evolving workplace.

This workshop will support you to:

  • Understand the barriers women may face when studying or working in tech
  • Understand the importance of creating more diverse and inclusive workplaces
  • Recognise non-inclusive environments or situations at work
  • Envision how you want the future of work to look like
  • Identify ways to enhance change and create a more inclusive tech sector

This event is for women or non-binary students or professionals interested in pursuing a career in tech. Please read our Inclusion Statement for more information:

12:30 Wednesday 19 October 2022

Book your place here

About Women Into Tech

Women into Tech supports and encourages women studying and working in tech: apprentices (foundation / modern / graduate), students, and professionals. The project is led by Edinburgh Napier University and the University of Stirling, working with Ada Scotland, and funded by Skills Development Scotland.

About Equate Scotland

At Equate Scotland, we make a positive difference for women in science engineering, technology and the built environment and actively work to change cultures in organisations and academia.

Established in 2006, Equate Scotland is the national expert in gender equality throughout the STEM sectors. We make a tangible and sustainable change, enabling women studying and working in these keys sectors to develop, by supporting their recruitment, retention and progression. Our vision is of a progressive STEM labour market where women can contribute equally to advancements in science, engineering and technology and have fair access to the jobs of the future.