Held in major business and technology hubs across the US, the Women in STEM Idea Exchange summits offer a vision for short term action and long term progress by addressing the shortage of women in STEM degrees and careers.
The Summit brings together companies struggling to fill their STEM job pipelines with female college students pursuing STEM degrees. The summits are designed to facilitate closing the gap between corporate needs for a STEM-enabled workforce and student questions about job prospects that align their passion with the needs of corporate America.
The inaugural Women In STEM Idea Exchange Summitat Bentley University on October 21st was a resounding success. Attendees, both students and corporations alike, shared what they have experienced and learned, gained insight into best practices for recruitment and retention, engaged with the next generation of STEM women and worked together to drive change. We look forward to meeting YOU at the next summit to inspire, engage, discuss and change the future of the STEM workforce. NEXT SUMMIT:
October 22 2015:
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Women in stem summit Key takeaways:
boston 2014 Featured speakers:
Engaging Men as Full Partners in the Advancement of Women Betsy Meyers,
Center for Women and Business, Bentley University
Smart STEM Investing Pam RodriguesPlus, Benchmark Best Practices From:
Program Lead, Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity,
Tata Consultancy Services
STEMCONNECTOR® TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES BATTELLE CENTER FOR WOMEN AND BUSINESS BENTLEY UNIVERSITY and more >>See the Boston 2014 speaker faculty
The My story/my advice project
LEARN FROM WOMEN persisting in stem fields and