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Workshops & Keynotes for Girls in STEM

Workshops & Keynotes for Girls in STEM

Tech Savvy Women is Committed to Supporting & Empowering Girls in Tech

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Women considering STEM degrees

It’s no secret that careers in technology offer women exciting and challenging opportunities as well as a higher earning potential. The need for trained STEM professionals is expected to exceed the number of eligible candidates in upcoming years. Because of this, girls in STEM will be offered a wide spectrum of career opportunities.

There are countless tech savvy women are participating in STEM initiatives aimed towards young leaders around the country. As a result, many professional women have already made an amazing impact on young women considering college degrees and future careers.

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Women in STEM Video Series

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Speaking with the next generation of STEM leaders

The Women in STEM video series on Tech Savvy Women TV was created to inspire, motivate, and help guide women in tech, science, engineering, math, and other STEM careers achieve their career, business, and personal goals. These videos highlight the many career journeys, milestones, obstacles, and celebrations within STEM roles.

Words of Praise

“Listening to your keynote was a life-changing experience for me.” – STEM Symposium, Nov. 2014

“The “real life” information presented to the girls was invaluable! The life lessons she shared with the girls were things I wished I had known at a much younger age. I watched the girls’ faces and I know they were really taking in her words.” – Pat, Career Specialist at Heights High School

“It was a pleasure hearing you speak at the Project Lead The Way conference last week. I am so glad that my girls, the Femineers, were able to see a strong female working in the field of engineering.” – Jaklen Keshishyan

 

 

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