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Below are links to press releases and blog articles that cover topics related to the STEM Reentry Task Force. Feel free to reach out to our media contact, Anna Souhrada, for more information.

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Apple, CDM Smith, Honeywell, Ingersoll Rand and The Proctor & Gamble Company Join the STEM Reentry Task Force

The STEM Reentry Task Force, the groundbreaking career reentry initiative co-led by the Society of Women Engineers and iRelaunch is now responsible for hundreds of returning technical professionals resuming careers after career breaks.


Johnson & Johnson’s Re-Ignite Program Engages Professionals Returning to STEM Careers

The Re-Ignite program at Johnson & Johnson (DiversityInc Hall of Fame) is aimed at helping STEM professionals relaunch their careers after breaks from the field. It began as a pilot in 2017 and transitioned into a company-wide talent development initiative. Liz Markus, director of the program, spoke with DiversityInc about the purpose of Re-Ignite and how it aligns with Johnson & Johnson’s values of diversity and inclusion.

Partner Quotes

P&G reLaunch

“The STEM Reentry Task Force has provided inspiration and resources for P&G reLaunch, Procter & Gamble’s program designed to recruit STEM-experienced women who are looking to reenter the workforce after pausing their careers. Based on the success of our inaugural reLaunch class, managers across the U.S. are requesting reLaunch candidates and we’re expanding the program to international locations.” April Cielica, Vice President, P&G IT and P&G reLaunch leader


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GM CEO Mary Barra discusses Take 2 the GM Reentry program

GM CEO Mary Barra talks to Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein about GM’s Take Two program to help people get back into the workforce.

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