The Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology (SCWIST) and Science World are proud to present the annual Wonder Women Networking Evening. Participants meet amazing women with careers in science and engineering and learn more about their pathways.

This event will be held under the geodesic dome and is a joint venture between Science World and SCWIST. The Wonder Women Networking Evening is for everyone who identifies as a woman in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), interested in learning where your degree can take you.

Undergraduate and graduate students will find the event particularly relevant. We also invite postdoctoral researchers and working professionals to sharpen your networking skills and connect with women who are as passionate about science, technology, and engineering as you are!

Join us for a lively evening of networking, food, and fun. Make new friends and find a mentor! Entrance includes: •Light dinner •A chance to learn from more than 30 local wonder women with careers in STEM •Printed biographies and email addresses of the Wonder Women •Networking with Wonder Women as well as other participants •An OMNIMAX® Film – Great Bear Rainforest •Door Prizes


The Society for Canadian Women In Science and Technology, or SCWIST, was founded in 1981 as a not-for-profit association aiming at encouraging women into science, engineering and technology; supporting and promoting the education of girls and women through programs and activities in partnership with the community.


To create an environment where women and girls in Canada can pursue their interest, education, and careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) without barriers.


  • To provide activities, mentorship, and leadership that support women and girls in accomplishing their dreams
  •  To remove barriers and raise public awareness by promoting and advocating for inclusive policies and equitable practices in education, the workplace, and in government
  • To inspire innovation and encourage excellence through positive role models and outreach programs
  • To foster connections through professional networks and programs we develop in partnership with the community
  • To boost the numbers, retention, and status of women in the workplace by facilitating networking, mentoring, and advocating woman-friendly policies