Come along to our UK Engineering Industry Event, Sponsored by Ball Corporation

Sep 22, 2021 Events 5 minutes read

On Wednesday 20th October, we will be hosting our UK Engineering Industry Event, sponsored by Ball Corporation. This event is perfect for students and recent graduates who identify as female or non-binary and are looking to start their careers in engineering.

This event will allow attendees to network live with top employers, apply for jobs and opportunities, hear live presentations from employers and ask their questions to a panel of women working in engineering.

Who is exhibiting?

The following companies will be exhibiting, with more still to be announced…

  • ARM
  • AWE
  • Ball Corporation
  • BUUK
  • Edwards Vacuum
  • European Space Agency
  • Honeywell
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Rolls Royce
  • Schlumberger
  • Veolia

Provisional Event Timings

Noon – Event begins in the ‘Live Presentations’ area, with a welcome talk from STEM Women and our event sponsor, Ball Corporation.

12.15pm – Panel discussion with women working in engineering. Ask questions and gain a fascinating hand insight from inspiring panellists.

12:50pm – Live networking begins and continues until the event ends. Attendees can visit company stands, network with employers, and search live jobs!

1:30pm – Live employer insight talk in the ‘Live Presentations area’ from Rolls Royce.

1:55pm – Second live employer insight talk from Ball Corporation.

2:20pm – Third live employer insight talk from Procter & Gamble.

2.45pm – Fourth live employer insight talk from Honeywell.

3:10pm – Fifth live employer insight talk. TBC

3:35pm – Sixth live employer insight talk. TBC

3:55pm – Networking focus – having been inspired by our speakers, panellists and companies, be sure to use the last 35 minutes of the event to network and apply for job roles you’re interested in.

4:30pm – Event ends.

What our exhibitors are looking forward to…

Ball Corporation –

“We can’t wait for the opportunity of meeting a whole host of female talent, and breaking those stereotypes about embarking on a career in manufacturing.  We are looking forward to showing you how exciting and dynamic joining the Ball Family can be – in beginning or continuing a hugely successful career where you will truly make a difference to the World by joining a company that has been working relentlessly to promote sustainability in all its forms – through its products, operations, and community support.”

Stella Mosely, Rolls Royce –

“We are pleased that Rolls-Royce are attending STEM Women for the 4th year running.  We are excited to meet female STEM students to discuss the amazing opportunities at Rolls-Royce.”

Procter & Gamble –

“At P&G London Plant we have always empowered women through the iconic products we produce. A key priority for us is to continue to inspire them to succeed both personally and professionally by providing them with meaningful career opportunities from Day 1 in the field of Manufacturing. Manufacturing plays a pivotal role in achieving P&G’s aspiration to serve the world’s consumers better than our best competitors in every category in every country where we compete, and is automating and digitizing our equipment and improving processes to eliminate losses along the supply chain. A career with P&G London Plant would provide aspiring females with the opportunity to develop technical mastery by solving business-critical problems and to gain a unique experience in leading a large organization from the front lines.”

Veolia –

“Engineering is an exciting and highly rewarding career for everyone, regardless of gender, race or background. Despite this, the numbers of women entering the profession remain low.

“As part of Veolia , the world’s leading environmental solutions company here at Veolia Water Technologies, UK we are passionate and proud of what we do and the impact that we can have on the world that we live in.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss current vacancies, career pathways  and the work that we are currently involved with across the UK.”

Addressing the Gender Imbalance in Engineering

In 2019, just 10% of the engineering workforce was made up of women. The number of women in technical level roles, where job growth is greatest, is much lower. There is still much to do to support engineering and technology employers to increase diversity and to enable women in the UK to take up opportunities in engineering.

Register Today!

Students can register for their free ticket here –

There are still a few spaces left for exhibitors at the UK Engineering Event, for more information please contact Event Sales Manager Lauren Jenkins at

STEM Women Events

STEM Women has held 35 inspiring events for STEM students and graduate employers since 2018.  These events have introduced 18,927 university students to 256 exhibiting companies.

Alongside the STEM Women Engineering Industry Event, we are also hosting general STEM careers events for Scotland, London, England and Wales, Ireland and the Benelux Region.

Visit the STEM Women ( events page to find out more, and follow them on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with all the latest news and event information.