Send a Visible Message that Your School Supports Women in STEM & CTE
Our 7 female role banners feature women in Engineering, Automotive Technology, Construction Technology, Green Jobs, Manufacturing Technology, Technology Careers and Trades. Order individually or order all 7 banners together and save 25% off util June 30, 2021. Use code BANNERS25 at checkout.
These banners will help make your career events more appealing to female students. Plus, hang the banners year-round in your school's classrooms, hallways and around campus to send the message that women can succeed in these career areas.
Each banner is 6 feet wide by 2 feet high and includes 3 grommets on top and bottom for easy hanging. Please note that the watermark (www.iwitts.org) will not appear on the actual banner.
These beautiful, bold women in STEM and CTE banners will attract women to your table at career events. Antigone Sharris, the coordinator of the Engineering Technology program at Triton College in Illinois, is passionate about increasing the number of female students in her program. She hung banners from IWITTS at a career awareness event for high school students. Antigone said that, "I've started using the 'Women in Engineering' banner. It is working to get the females to come over and talk about careers in engineering!!"
Are your recruitment and career events as appealing as they could be for women and girls? These banners, featuring female role models on the job, could make a big difference in getting more female students interested in your STEM programs, just like they are for Antigone. Plus, hang them in your schools' classrooms, hallways, and around campus to send the message that women can succeed in these career pathways.
Don't let any more potential students miss out on high-paying, rewarding careers in STEM and CTE. Women bring a different perspective to the classroom and the workplace. It's up to you to help them picture themselves in these careers.
Order seven or more banners, in any combination, and save 25% through June 30.
Banners help get female students interested in STEM and CTE.