Join us at our Intel Insight Event and discover amazing engineering opportunities
On Wednesday 25th May, we are delighted to be hosting an insight event to introduce our STEM Women community to exciting opportunities at multinational corporation and technology company, Intel.
During this event, attendees will gain an exclusive insight into the company and have the unique opportunity to network with employees and recruiters. There will be inspiring live talks from women working in STEM roles, 1-1 speed screening sessions with the recruitment team, and the chance to ask questions about the roles available.
The event will take place on the STEM Women virtual events platform and will run from 10am until 2pm.
The Event Speakers
Throughout the event day there will be a number of talks and presentations from representatives at Intel. You will hear from Angela Burke, Recruitment Marketing Strategist, who will be giving attendees an overview of Intel and offering tips on how to make the most of the day. Following this you will hear from Sarah Hudson, an Engineer working at Intel, and Gaille Pajarito, also an Engineer at Intel.
10 – 10:30am: Welcome from STEM Women and Intel. Pre-booked 1-1 speed screening video sessions and live chat with the recruitment team will be available throughout the event. Employer talk: ‘Overview of intel and tips on how to get the most out of the event’ with Angela Burke, Recruitment Marketing Strategist.
10:30 – 11:30am: Insights from two Engineers working at Intel followed by a live audience Q&A session.
11:30am – 2pm: Live talks end, employer networking continues. An ideal time to book a 1-1 video session and/or start a webchat with the recruitment team!
2pm: Event ends.
Intel recognise the importance of having a gender balance at work and that different characteristics brought by both genders enhance the working environment. They are committed to improving the representation of women in technical roles, and this insight event will help to boost this!
Ann-Marie Holmes, Corporate Vice President MSO, Co-General Manager of Intel Worldwide Semiconductor Manufacturing at Intel explains:
“In many cases girls can feel that engineering is not a career they can have for life. That it is not a career that they can take on while also having the flexibility to do all the other things they might love and aspire to. I think this is partly because young girls don’t see many examples of women engineers in the world around them and if they can’t see it, they may often perceive that they can’t be it.
“We need to do more to ensure that engineers are visible as role models for these young girls and that a career as an engineer is a relatable role for everybody. We need to challenge the stereotype that exists around engineering.
“Being an engineer at Intel allowed me to be able to adopt my career to different phases of my life and I want to be able to showcase that to the next generation.”
Register for your free ticket!
If you are interested in attending this event, you can register for your free ticket today – https://careers.stemwomen.com/event/6223
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