Women in Engineering - pathways into an engineering career

Lady is working at the site A fun and vibrant evening, showcasing successful female engineers

Event date: Wednesday, 21 June 2017 at 6.00 PM
Running until: Wednesday, 21 June 2017 at 9.00 PM

Date

21 June 2017, 6.00pm - 9.00pm

Venue

Heap Lecture Theatre, University of Derby, Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB

About the Event

Our free event is aimed at inspiring girls aged 14-19 into rewarding and exciting careers. Families, careers teachers, teachers, mentors and anyone interested in careers in engineering are most welcome.

Professor Angela Dean (Head of Apprenticeships and Quality, College of Engineering and Technology, University of Derby), will host a fun and motivational evening.

The event will showcase an engaging group of successful locally based women, who will enlighten and entertain us with short, snappy ‘best bits’ presentations about their varied career journeys, and work-life balance, including:


• Rebecca Shemans: Rolls Royce, Engineering Process Specialist
• Foram Brown: Bombardier, Computer Systems Engineer
• Abigail Finney: Tarmac, Mechanical Engineering Apprentice
• Dorota Robotham: Rodgers Leask, Civil Engineer
• Lynsey Fletcher: Bachy Soletanche, Geology Engineer
• Elaine Oke: Tarmac, Mechanical Engineer
• Claire Machin: RB Safety Consultants, Mechanical Engineer

The presentations will be followed by coffee and an opportunity to put questions to the speakers and gain advice from them.

For more information, contact Bev Reardon on b.reardon@derby.ac.uk (01332 593249) or Dawn Hardy d.hardy@derby.ac.uk (01332 591371)

The University of Derby is a member of the Athena SWAN Charter and is committed to encouraging and advancing the careers of all, especially women in STEM areas. We address gender equality and are working to remove barriers to career progression.

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