NAMIG Wins Award
Winners of Women in Innovation Awards
Last night the Women In Innovation Awards SA 2014 were held, recognising some amazing women for their achievements in innovation in the State.
We are very proud to announce that our General Manager, Teresa Jansowski, and NAMIG's STEM Sista program received the Future Innovators Award.
Launched in 2014 and set to expand in 2015, STEM Sista is supported by the Department of State Development.
A professional development program for girls, STEM Sista is designed to predominately target three key aspects:
- Understanding yourself and others: emotional quotient; financial quotient; personality profiling; personal presentation etc.
- Where you can go and how can you get there: pathways to an engineering career or careers related to engineering; subject choices; courses/programs; how and when to apply; writing a resume, applying for a job.
- When you are there: an overview of various Engineering roles in organisations; roles supporting engineering careers; graduate programs; work experience.
The aim of the program is to develop young women to realise they can be more and do more and ultimately achieve the goals they set for themselves in STEM related careers.
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