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A Panel Discussion on Careers for Girls

Since the panel discussion we held at Atlanta was such a success, we are repeating it locally.

On Thursday, May 13th, at 6:00 in Wilmington, DE we will have a panel discussion and Q&A session for girls on from the local teams, girls scouts, and any other girl who is interested in technical careers. The panelists are:

Diane Gulyas, President, Performance Polymers, DuPont
Judy Passwaters, Global Director, Facilities Services & Real Estate, DuPont
Kathy Werrell, Assistant Dean and Director, Engineering Outreach, Univ. of DE
Vicki Land, Pepco Holdings, and Society of Women Engineers
Deborah Grubbe, FIRST Board of Directors
Rashmi Kumar, Editor and doctoral candidate, University of Pennsylvania

If you are interested send me a PM and I'll send you the details.


Today’s Girls in Tomorrow’s Workplace – A Panel Discussion on Careers in
Science, Engineering, & Technology

Girls – Are you thinking about a career in science, technology, or engineering? Are you interested in learning how any of these fields can be stepping stones to more choices of careers? Attend a panel discussion with women who work in a wide variety of industries and organizations. They will describe their career path, and reflect on the rewards, challenges, and opportunities along the way. The panel presentations will be followed by ample time for you to engage in large and small group discussions.
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