Women's STEM careers in an automotive Company
An on-line event from Politecnico di Torino in collaboration with Stellantis Group
Tid: On 2022-03-09 kl 14.30 - 16.00
Plats: Online - link will be provided when registered
Medverkande: Stellantis Group
- What it means to start a career as a female graduate in an international employer?
- What is the added value for the company of female diversity in its strategy?
- Why inclusion policies are fundamental for business growth?
On March 9th from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. CET meet Stellantis Group on line to talk about "Women's STEM careers in an automotive Company". Diversity is as a starting point for increasing the effectiveness of decisions: recognising the importance of diverse perspectives to drive innovation, this event will bring together 3 Stellantis women engineers and their different experiences around Europe. During the Q&A session the testimonials will be glad to provide you suggestions based also on their personal experience.
Stellantis ( www.stellantis.com ) is a leading global automaker and mobility provider that offers clean, connected, affordable and safe mobility solutions. Their Company’s strength lies in the breadth of their iconic brand portfolio, the diversity and passion of their people, and their deep roots in the communities in which they operate. Their ambitious electrification and software strategies and the creation of an innovative ecosystem of strategic, game-changing partnerships are driving their transformation to a sustainable mobility tech company.
Don't miss this opportunity, send your application by March 7th.
You will receive the link to join the event by email before the event.
The event is reserved to students of the Unite! University Alliance.
This event is organized by Politecnico di Torino in the framework of Unite! Alliance. Unite! is a network of 7 universities - currently enlarging to 2 further partners - that will set a new model for a European virtual and physical inter-university campus Unite! aims to transform European higher education through multidisciplinary, multicultural and multilingual education, research and entrepreneurship. Unite! wants to connect engineering, science and technology with the grand challenges of society in co-creation by students, faculty and staff – providing skills for a new generation of European and global citizens. See more at: Unite University