Women in STEM: Pathways to Technology Careers

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Wilton Library
Brubeck Room

Event Details

In celebration of Women’s History Month, please join us for a panel discussion with five women from ASML Wilton, who will share their pathways in STEM that span early inspiration to current work positions at the cutting edge of semiconductor manufacturing technology, on March 12, at 7 p.m.

If you’re a high school girl who loves STEM and beginning the college application process, a college student looking for a STEM internship or preparing to dip your toes into the job market, or a woman working in STEM trying to advance in your field, this program is for you. Come prepared with your questions. We hope you will leave with answers and the inspiration to forge your own pathway in STEM!

Women remain underrepresented in STEM in the U.S., especially in physical sciences, computers, mathematical sciences, and engineering. Our panelists bring different experiences, including STEM disciplines, intersecting identities, and strategies for persistence and success to facilitate a conversation.

ASML is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment. They design and manufacture the lithography machines that are an essential component in chip manufacturing. They are headquartered in Veldhoven, Netherlands. ASML Wilton employs over 3000 people and is an important competency center, specializing in critical technologies that advance the performance of their lithography and metrology systems. It is also their only in-house optical fabrication site.

Registration is requested. Please register online, or call (203) 762-6334. For additional information please contact cfquinn@wiltonlibrary.org.

Event Type(s): Library Program
Age Group(s): Adults, Teens

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