GLEAM 2.0 Panel Discussion
Thursday, May 20
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. ET
(Complimentary Virtual Event)

The Girls Learning Engineering and Mentoring (GLEAM) 2.0 Panel Discussion is for high school students to help promote gender diversity and inclusion focusing on networking and mentoring across topics that are of interest to women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professions.

Join us for a discussion that aims to engage, educate, and empower students on the facts and issues regarding gender diversity in STEM, and provide an opportunity to learn, ask questions, and hear personal experiences from female college students who are looking to work in the STEM fields.

Anyone is welcome to register, including parents/guardians. The discussion will be geared toward high school students, particularly females who are thinking of majoring in engineering, science, or technology fields.

Join us for this fun informative panel discussion, and get your questions answered. Check out our last GLEAM panel discussion.

Alba Colon, Director Competition Systems, Hendrick Motorsports

Hannah Haselhuhn, Student, The University of Toledo
Zahra`a Hussain, Student, Wayne State University
Nivisa Vakeesan, Student, Oakland University

Important Note: You must register in advance to receive a personalized link.

For more information, email Roxanne Loeffler or call (248) 324-4445 ext. 3.