Making a difference: Getting girls involved in STEM to change the future of engineering

In this interview, Jayne Beck, manager of motor control center engineering at the Siemens West Chicago plant, talks about getting girls interested in engineering and the other STEM fields.

jayne-beck.jpgOnly 12 percent of all employed American engineers are women, according to the National Science Foundation. While this statistic might sound discouraging, some industry leaders are using it as a battle cry. Events like "Introduce a Girl to Engineering" are cropping up in plants across the country, and more teachers and industry professionals are working to get girls interested in STEM.

In this interview, Jayne Beck, manager of motor control center engineering at the Siemens West Chicago plant, talks about getting girls interested in engineering and the other STEM fields.

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