Our Generous Sponsors

Years of dedicated

Outreach and Mentorship

From industry-focused events to youth programs, we highlight the importance of leadership, support, and teamwork in the STEM field.

Our Goal is to inspire, educate and collaborate to promote gender diversity across STEM industries, that can only be accomplished with the help of our trusted sponsors.

Learn more about the events our sponsors support.

We Aim to Create Mutually Beneficial Relationships with Our Sponsors


As a non-profit organization run by students, WiSE relies heavily on the generosity of our sponsors. WiSE values our relationships with local and global sponsors, and each year we challenge ourselves to keep this reputation and expand our reach in the industry.  We advertise career opportunities to our students who are beginning to develop a plan for after graduation. We also encourage our partnering organizations to send speakers to the events we host to recruit and meet students.

Thank You to Our Past Sponsors...

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Professional Development

As part of our Professional Development Network, your contact information will be added to a list available exclusively to our current WiSE team. As a member of this list, you would be contacted by a select number of our WiSE executive members throughout the year regarding your field, career, or responsibilities – either by email or the occasional coffee chat! This is a low-commitment opportunity that still allows you to make a significant impact and support young women in STEM through WiSE.

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This healthcare consulting panel allowed students to meet with representatives from Accenture to learn more about the consulting industry. 

WiSE collaborated with CIBC to host a Social Branding Workshop where students have the opportunity to hear from industry professionals and learn about creating their own “brand”, building a LinkedIn profile, and effective networking skills. 

Hatch hosted an in-person Women in Engineering panel including Queen’s alumni. They covered relevant topics such as navigating differing communication styles in the workplace, imposter syndrome, and being an ally for other women. 

KPMG hosted a virtual Women in Consulting panel with representatives in health, finance, and operations M&A. 

During this virtual workshop with Labatt, representatives explained to attendees how to navigate the hiring process and highlight STEM-related skills

Representatives from PwC walked participants through what emotional intelligence is, how to build it, and how it can be leveraged. 

Representatives from Trane hosted a technical sales panel and discussed details about the company. Trane brings efficient and sustainable climate innovations to buildings, homes, and transportation.