Women engineers share insights and advice

Fall 2012

(Photo: Owen Egan)

A student group called POWE (Promoting Opportunities for Women in Engineering) joined forces recently with Faculty career counsellors to hold the third annual Women in Engineering Speed-Networking event.

Sonia Kouassi (Bombardier Transportation) is one of many practising engineers who regularly devote time and energy to help mentor McGill students. (Photo: Owen Egan)

Twenty professional women were on hand to help students explore career paths and discuss transitioning from the classroom to the workplace.

POWE exists to increase awareness about the many contributions women have made to engineering and to encourage more women to enter the profession.

You can contact POWE at: powe@mcgilleus.ca

From left: Racha Assaf, BEng’09, (Shell) and Lindsay Ferguson, BEng’11, (SNC-Lavalin) with the Speed-Networking event's POWE organizers: Ashley Galagusz, Elizabeth Perron and Vanessa Vannelli. (Photo: Owen Egan)

 

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