Tech News Summary:
- Georgian College and Skills Ontario are hosting a free technology and skilled trades information event for young women in grades 7-9 and their supporters, aimed at inspiring them to consider careers in these fields.
- The event, taking place on February 10, will include hands-on activities such as 3D printing, welding, and more, providing students with a taste of working in these fields and helping them explore potential career paths.
- Keynote speaker Dee Durant, an electrical apprentice, will share her experiences working in the skilled trades industry as a woman, providing valuable insights and inspiration for attendees.
Empowering Young Women in Georgia: Hosting Skilled Trades and Tech Event for Future Leaders
Atlanta, Georgia – In an effort to encourage and empower young women to pursue careers in skilled trades and technology, a special event is planned in Georgia. The event, hosted by a local organization, aims to provide valuable resources and inspiration for future female leaders in these male-dominated industries.
The event will feature interactive workshops, informational sessions, and networking opportunities for young women interested in pursuing careers in skilled trades and technology. The goal is to break down barriers and provide support for young women who may not have considered these career paths due to societal stereotypes and gender biases.
“We want to show these young women that they can succeed in any career they choose, and that includes careers in skilled trades and technology,” said the event organizer. “We want to provide them with the tools and guidance they need to pursue their passions and excel in these fields.”
The event will also feature keynote speakers and panel discussions with successful women who have made a name for themselves in skilled trades and technology. They will share their personal stories and insights on how to overcome challenges and thrive in these industries.
There will also be hands-on activities and demonstrations to showcase the practical aspects of skilled trades and technology, giving attendees a taste of what a career in these fields can offer.
“We believe that by providing these young women with knowledge, resources, and support, we can help them break through the barriers that have historically held them back in these industries,” said the organizer. “We want to empower them to pursue their passions and become future leaders in skilled trades and technology.”
The event is scheduled to take place later this month and is open to young women across Georgia who are interested in exploring career opportunities in skilled trades and technology. Organizers hope that this event will inspire and empower a new generation of female leaders in these industries.