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Technology and products that are unique to a particular site, such as our ACES 5 ejection seats or our world-famous spacesuits, can now be explored by everyone. Flip your calendar back to February It would need more engineers.
The virtual platform has allowed several sites to team up to form one large event throughout several communities. A campaign begins Enter DiscoverE. Why the focus on girls?
Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility. An unexpected curveball When COVID hit, Collins event organizers had to rethink curriculum and logistics so they could keep the year tradition going.
February 22, Adriana Johnson. The team deed a toolkit with local and corporate-provided resources that could work for most any participant, anywhere. Image from the Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day event.
Director, Corporate Social Responsibility. Collins Aerospace, a business of Raytheon Technologies, has supported the event from the start. Why middle-schoolers? The program has grown: Last year, more than 2, girls and 1, volunteers participated at 55 Collins sites across eight countries. Over the years, in-person activities have ranged from donning all kinds of goggles safety, night vision, virtual reality to see problems in new ways, conducting lab experiments, testing algorithms, deing robotics, and even sitting at the controls of a parked aircraft — so girls could experience a day in the life of an aerospace engineer.
When COVID hit, Collins event organizers had to rethink curriculum and logistics so they could keep the year tradition going.
20 years of introducing a girl to engineering
Girl Power! Hearing women share about their love of aerospace engineering and their successful STEM careers gives the girls this vital representation — a way to picture themselves as future engineers. Katie Cody.
Research shows girls begin to question their interest in STEM right around the age of 10, or fourth grade. This year we're going virtual! Don't miss this story about a Collins intern who discovered her love of all things engineering from an Introduce a Girl day she attended here in eighth grade.