From the U.S. to Indonesia, employers are struggling to fill a growing dearth in qualified engineers and other technical professionals. To combat the shortage, tech companies such as Bosch and […]
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Should You Be Worried About the Engineering Talent Shortage?
According to the 2018 Skills Gap Study issued by Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute, it’s time to start worrying about the predicted shortage of engineering talent. In the next decade, […]
Free Webinar: Choosing a CSR Program
Are you interested in making a difference in the future of STEM? TryEngineering Together makes it easy for employees to make a difference in the lives of young students by providing mentoring online. IEEE and Cricket Media designed this program to pair 3rd-5th grade classrooms with corporate sponsors. It provides classrooms in under resourced areas with compelling STEM articles and exciting content designed to spark the interest of young students and to build their confidence.
Join us for this complimentary webinar, Choosing a CSR Program: Why The Aerospace Corporation Chose Online STEM Mentoring. You’ll learn how The Aerospace Corporation uses ongoing online mentoring to directly engage their employees with local elementary students. You’ll also hear from a teacher, who will talk about how her students have benefited.
Do you want an impactful Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program that your employees will enjoy? Then save your seat in this webinar to learn how your company can get involved!
Key Take-Aways from the Webinar:
- Why The Aerospace Corporation chose eMentoring to inspire and nurture the next generation of engineers and scientists
- How STEM eMentoring helps break through barriers that limit traditional mentoring
- The results of eMentoring: hear directly from an active eMentor at The Aerospace Corporation and from a teacher who will share what the program means to her students
- How you and your company can get involved in STEM eMentoring
Interested in becoming a Corporate Sponsor or a STEM eMentor? Check out the website to learn more.