Today’s most seasoned and experienced engineers are getting ready to retire. Is your company ready to fill the gap?
In our free webinar, we’ll explore the importance of building a K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) pipeline. We’ll also provide real examples of companies that developed successful STEM programs while fostering strong relations with the local community.
Building your STEM talent pipeline: Engaging the next generation of engineers
Wednesday, June 20, 2:00 pm EST
During this webinar, we will cover the following key points:
- K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) outreach programs
- The role that STEM programs can play in your organization
- Ways to engage and partner with schools in your communities
- The ROI of an effective STEM program
Thor Misko, Vice President of University and Organizational Engagement, Project Lead the Way
Thor focuses on new and expanded types of partnerships between Project Lead The Way (PLTW) and post-secondary institutions while working with PLTW's University Affiliates. Additionally, he is involved with all aspects of engagement, from philanthropic to governmental and from corporate to individual.
Patricia R. Contreras, Manager – Global Community Relations & Contributions, Rockwell Automation
Patricia’s current position aligns her experience and passion for community relations with Rockwell Automation’s commitment to STEM Education. Patricia leads Rockwell Automation’s Engineering Our Future STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) education programs and is responsible for all corporate giving programs including grants, sponsorships, in-kind giving, matching gifts and company volunteer efforts.