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World of opportunity opens for women in engineering during WE22

Published: 11/01/2022

Gannon engineering students with WE22 keynote speaker Nancy Post, VP for Embedded Software and Solutions for the ISG, John Deer.

Gannon engineering students with WE22 keynote speaker Nancy Post, VP for Embedded Software and Solutions for the ISG, John Deer.

This year at the WE22 National Conference in Houston, TX, 14 Gannon students collectively received 25 interviews, garnering multiple job and/or internship offers during the world’s largest career fair for women in engineering and technology.  

“At WE22, collegiates and professionals of all backgrounds, disciplines, and sectors have the unique opportunity to connect with hundreds of organizations that are committed to advancing women in STEM.” 

WE22 is the world’s largest conference for women in engineering and technology, offering networking and community building, awards and recognition, inspirational content and professional development for all career stages. 

Students engaged with speakers including Vice President, Information Security and Cyber Chief Information Security Office for Northrup Grumman, Dr. Phillis Schneck, Vice President for Embedded Software and Solutions for the Intelligent Solutions Group for John Deere, Nancy Post. 

At Gannon, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a non-profit educational and service organization. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women. SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders. 

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