Submitted by Arrow Electronics, Inc.
Arrow Electronics Engineers Grace Doepker and Maddie Eyolfson provided aspiring young scientists with a sneak peek at life as an engineer at the 6th annual Girls and Science education event March 7. More than 4,000 participants attended the event at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, where they met with women mentors and learned about careers in science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
Doepker, an engineer associate manager, and Eyolfson, an applications engineer and supplier, engaged in engineering activities with attendees and also gave presentations on their career paths.
A Girls and Science sponsor, Arrow supports a number of women in technology events as part of its effort to build a more inclusive and diverse workplace.
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