As the demand for more engineers in the workforce intensifies—the U.S. Department of Labor expects jobs in engineering to grow by 8% between 2012-2022—the need to thoughtfully groom our future engineers becomes stronger than ever. Part of that increase in jobs means putting efforts into closing the present gender gap in STEM, empowering capable future women engineers to discover their talent and find their place within the STEM pipeline...
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