The Society of Women Engineers, in partnership with re-entry firm iRelaunch, are promoting employment opportunities within the STEM Reentry Task Force initiative to engineers who are interested in getting back to their technical careers.
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How a 'returnship' can boost your career
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis breaks down what to know about "returnships," for adults who put their careers on hold and are looking to get back into the workplace.
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Want to start your reentry process? Upload your resume to the STEM Reentry Task Force resume pool.
Posted Re-entry internship opportunities are open for both women and men to apply. Remember to tag your resume STEM Reentry Task Force.
Research shows there are about 2.5 million women in the USA with STEM degrees.
Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, “Women in STEM: A Gender Gap to Innovation,” by David Beede et al., August 2011; “Stemming the Tide: Why Women Leave Engineering,” by Nadya Fouad et al., 2012; Carol Fishman Cohen, iRelaunch
2017 White Paper: An Intervention Strategy to Re-engage Women Engineers in the Workforce
The 2017 Task Force white paper demonstrates the value proposition of the STEM Re-entry Task Force through interviews with Founding Members of the Task Force.
have Engineering and Computer Science Degrees
of those women have left engineering
left to spend more time with family
Seven companies from SWE’s Corporate Partnership Council stepped forward in 2015 to form the first Reentry Task Force: Booz Allen Hamilton, Caterpillar Inc., Cummins Inc., General Motors Company, IBM, Intel Corporation and Johnson Controls.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in becoming a member of the STEM Re-entry Task Force.