Applus+’ female scientists and engineers help break gender stereotypes


    Applus+’ female scientists and engineers share their experiences during Women and Girls In Science Day and through the "Jo Enginyera" project.

    Women and Girls In Science Day

    On the International Day of Women and Girls In Science, the Energy & Industry Division in Spain participated in a conference for young schoolchildren about the role of women in science and how their presence Improves Inclusivity.

    "Jo Enginyera" project

    Presenting at conferences for secondary-school students, women from the IDIADA Division's team in Spain share their academic and professional experiences on their paths to technical positions at Applus+, and they offer their young audiences insights Into the options open in their professional careers. Our "Jo Enginyera" project started in 2010, and since then we have spread this message to over 1,500 young people. These positive stories help spark an interest in women to consider the Automotive and Engineering sector while contributing to breaking gender stereotypes. Each year, the IDIADA Division puts out a call to the women In their team to stand as nominees to share their experiences with the young women exploring careers in engineering.

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