#EnergíaSinLímites (Unlimited Energy) is a program created as part of Siemens Energy focusing on supporting women’s professional skills.
IBEW women guided Minnesota Girl Scouts through an “Electrical Day” project as part of the “Power Girls” camp introducing Scouts to the trades.
She4Her is a one-to-one mentor-mentee pilot program for providing an opportunity to female professionals in developing their technical, managerial, leadership and soft skills.
Award recognizes FirstEnergy’s commitment to women-owned businesses In recognition of its commitment to supplier diversity…
Engineers Canada is working to increase the representation of women within engineering through its 30…
According to a new 24 study of the past three years conducted by the Energy Workforce & Technology Council national trade association, women now account for nearly 20 percent of the U.S. energy technology and services sector.
BossmakeHer, the emerging network that confidentially connects executive women with top companies, today announced their partnership with the global technology powerhouse Siemens Corporation.
From the time we first turn on a television or read a book, we’re exposed to examples of scientists and engineers. What we often don’t see are female scientists and engineers. In fact, an analysis of children’s media found that for every 15 male characters with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professions, there was only one female character with a STEM job.
Meet a woman who embodies everything WPS stands for! Khayakazi Dioka is Corporate Specialist for Transformers and Reactors at South Africa’s Eskom Holdings SOC talked to our media partner Transformer Technology about her personal life and career, her work at Eskom and a vast transformer fleet under her supervision.