Sustainable Talent Program case study – advancing gender equality
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Our invited experts present ABB’s successful female mentoring program, which is attended by female students in technical higher education. The program aims to strengthen women’s participation in the technical world and their willingness to work in this area. Within the framework of the program, ABB provides an opportunity for female students to get acquainted with the products, services and operations of an international company already during their studies. Students are introduced to a variety of successful female career paths, thereby also inspiring them to choose a technical career.
About the Women in Science Association:
The Women in Science Association (NaTE) creates a bridge between girls and women, who are interested in science, and nearly 200 companies, universities and research institutes. Their programs have reached 40 cities across the country and they boast a number of successful domestic and international applications.
Their goal is a world that recognizes and integrates the knowledge of both sexes equally in the processes of social and technological innovation. „Science, technology, math and engineering are infinitely beautiful and exciting – we want young girls to see the huge potential in this. The world is full of stunning women’s stories, and it’s our job to show them to the next generation. „
The case studies were presented by experts from ABB and NaTE:
- Badger Jennifer, ABB Kft., Talent Partner
- Nemes-Solymosi Anita, ABB Kft., Project Manager – Digital Processes Robotics & Discrete Automation BL Automotive, HU Digital Lead
- Szigeti Fanni, Women in Science Association (NaTE), executive director
Our webinar today was interactive, high quality, informative and fun, thanks to expert speakers from ABB and the Women in Science Association. Involving the audience, they drew attention to what companies can do to encourage women and girls to actively participate and have careers in STEM areas.
We wholeheartedly recommend viewing the recording of the event to those who may have missed it: