Power Hour: Lessons Learned from a Woman Tech Leader
12:30PM-2:00PM PDTNortheastern University- Silicon Valley 6024 Silver Creek Road, San Jose, CA 95138
Women remain a minority of STEM workers in the United States. According to Catalyst.org, women make up only about one-quarter (25.8%) of those in STEM occupations*. A substantial gender gap in engineering and computer occupations contributes to women’s overall underrepresentation in STEM.
As you grow into your professional career, you are entering into world of unprecedented change an explosive growth. A world where, unlike the generations that came before you, you have to continually be charting new waters for the first time. Do you have what it takes to navigate this world successfully?
It turns out a simple belief about yourself is the key to thriving in this new world. In the first hour of this workshop , you will learn how to identify this simple belief and develop the mindset to succeed in this world of exponential change. This will be followed by a 30 minutes Q&A.
Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to network with women STEM professionals!
*Link to source: http://www.catalyst.org/knowledge/women-science-technology-engineering-and-mathematics-stem#footnote49_dzqf0wf