Orlando Sentinel | EA, Tupperware Work to Raise Female Impact in STEM

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Orlando Sentinel | EA, Tupperware Work to Raise Female Impact in STEM

Ciara Pagan, Kamila Cruz and Josselyn Banegas participate at a code camp at Orlando Science Center as part of an effort for the Tupperware Boys & Girls Club in Kissimmee. (Roberto Gonzalez Photography / Courtesy photo)

Ciara Pagan, Kamila Cruz and Josselyn Banegas participate at a code camp at Orlando Science Center as part of an effort for the Tupperware Boys & Girls Club in Kissimmee. (Roberto Gonzalez Photography / Courtesy photo)

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - 9:25am

CAMPAIGN: Dream Big

CONTENT: Article

by Marco Santana

As corporations push to add women in tech fields — with high-profile backers including Lockheed Martin and Electronic Arts — some leaders say they are seeing results in Central Florida.

Organizers behind the programs, which feature female employees leading activities designed to reach female workers and students directly, say they can serve two purposes: show female students potential career paths and help businesses foster future workers.

Read the full article on the Orlando Sentinel website.

CATEGORY: Education