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Gender and Cultural Awareness in Engineering Outreach

This London Engineering Project paper, from the Royal Academy of Engineering, describes the processes and practices for developing gender neutral and culturally appropriate engineering activities in schools.

The project activities include gender awareness training for fieldworkers, STEM ambassadors and line managers in partner organisations. The DRIVE process is a method of recording and illustrating the changes made during this development.

Contents of this resource:

*Development of processes and practice
*Gender awareness training
*DRIVE process
*Ideas sessions
*Engineering Islam
*Cultural awareness
*CREST STAR awareness activities
*Club recruitment/Club training
*Using ambassadors in outreach
*The role of the student ambassadors

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