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We are an
female + non-binary students at
Here to build a stronger female network and inspire, motivate and engage students in their studies and future careers. Creating a more equal academy and technology industry.
We are a non-profit association at Chalmers, founded by and created for female and non-binary students. Our purpose is to establish a network between female and non-binary students and people within the academy and business. We work to inspire, motivate and engage students in their studies and future careers - with the mission to create a more equal academy and technology industry.
We are the leading community for female and non-binary students at Chalmers. We work to create a strong network, as well as inspire, motivate and engage students in their studies and future careers.
We enable female and non-binary students to create valuable contacts within the technology industry and provide necessary knowledge to achieve their career goals.
We encourage female and non-binary students to question outdated biases about gender and stereotypes within the academy and scientific research.
Our aim is to create attractive events that give value to our members. Our events will focus on at least one of the three areas: community, business and academy. Find out more about our upcoming events here.
The membership at Chalmers Women's Association is free. As a member you will get the opportunity to participate in our events and activities. You will be part of a growing network between 1000+ female and non-binary students and people at Chalmers, and get the chance to connect with companies and individuals who represent a more equal academy and technology industry.
We are an association under the Student Union at Chalmers. The membership is open for all students, as well as alumni and individuals working at Chalmers. Sign up for free by filling out the details below:
We value creativity and the ability to challenge the way we think. Our common vision is to create a stronger female community in order to increase equality within the academy and technology industry.
Softare Engineering, yr 4