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Women in Engineering Recruitment Starter Kit

All the tools you need to welcome and introduce women and girls to engineering


It’s easier than you think to get started recruiting women and girls to engineering. With these ready-to-go outreach tools, you can hit the ground running and start increasing the number of women and girls in your engineering programs right away. Order the whole kit, or any individual item or combination of items.

Women in Engineering Recruitment Starter Kit includes:

  • Women in Engineering Banner (6’ x 2’)
  • Think Again Posters: Women in Engineering (Set of 7)
  • Role Model Video: Engineering
  • STEM Resources for Educators Bibliography.


Deal of the Month: Save 25%
Save now until October 31, 2015

Full Starter Kit: $359 $269

 Use code  ENGINEER25 at checkout

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Item #: EDPO120

Women in Engineering Banner

This banner sends a visible message that your school supports women and girls in engineering and makes your career events more appealing to female students. Plus, hang the banner year-round in your school’s classrooms, hallways, communal spaces, and around campus to send the message that women can succeed in these career pathways.

Each banner is 6 feet wide by 2 feet high and includes 3 grommets on top and bottom for easy hanging. Banners are also available for six other career pathways including Women in Technology and Women in Trades.

Order six or more banners and save 20%. To receive the 20% discount on six or more banners, use the coupon code BANNER20 at checkout. Banner discount cannot be combined with any other offer. See all seven of the Women in Technology banners. 

See all seven of the the Women in Technology banners


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Item #: EDPO39

Think Again Posters: Women in Engineering (Set of 7)

Hang this set of seven posters around your school's classrooms, counseling offices, hallways, library and cafeteria to inspire more female students to consider a career in engineering.

These 22” x 17” posters feature real-life, multi-racial female role models working in seven different engineering career pathways.

Posters feature women in: biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, environmental engineering, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering.

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Item #: EDV51

Role Model Video: Engineering

Videos of female role models help get engineering careers on the radar screens of women and girls because they’re able to see someone who looks like them on the job, especially doing hands-on work in a lab or field setting.

In this DVD, three dynamic women who have staked out successful careers in the engineering industry will inspire female students to explore new career pathways.

The 24-minute video features three 8-minute video profiles of women with successful careers in engineering:

  • Elizabeth Nethery, a product support engineer who tests and customizes prosthetics
  • Elisabeth Paul, a computer software engineer in the aerospace industry
  • Daisy Lung, an environmental engineer who conducts site assessments for real estate clients.

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See all 35 videos on different STEM career pathways


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Item #: EDP010

STEM Resources for Instructors to Help Women and Girls: Annotated Bibliography

It's not easy to find ready-made classroom activities that will appeal to female learning style or resources on identifying female role models and associations. This bibliography does the research for you, and the best part is it's a downloadable e-book with clickable hotlinks that bring you directly to the websites where these primarily free resources are housed. Our bibliography has over 100 entries and provides you with information on the school level, program type, and career pathway for each resource. The bibliography is rich with engineering examples, ranging from Engineer Your Life to Fair Play: Design & Discovery to engineering associations for women.

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Provide the bibliography to your whole school, district, or state