INTRODUCE A GIRL TO ENGINEERING DAY
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Día para Presentar una Niña a la Ingeniería
Women are severely underrepresented in the engineering profession. Research shows that girls and young women lose interest in subjects and the fields of study leading to engineering careers long before they enter college.
For ideas, you can check out our archives. If you are interested in participating and/or in having your employer or professional engineering society or student chapter participate, or would simply like more information, please take a minute to complete and send the request for information. Let us know your plans and well add that information to our 2007 National Pledge Roster. In the meantime, we have suggestions for 10 easy ways you can participate.
As part of our focus on girls, we will publicize the need for more women in engineering and will reach K-12 girls with positive messages about math and science education and engineering careers. Additionally we are striving to have engineering societies and other organizations incorporate their own focus on women engineers with a hope that these various entities can continue to collaborate in the future. Click here for a news release from last year.
"Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day" is an outgrowth of the first National Engineers Week Diversity Summit, held in October 1999.
Keep checking this site for updates! To request more information, click here.