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article imageScribbleLive Chat: Addressing the shortage of women in STEM jobs

By David Silverberg     Jun 12, 2014 in Business
If you've ever been curious how women can find more jobs in the career fields known as STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) you'll want to check out the archived live-chat that took place June 12.
This online discussion powered by ScribbleLive analyzed how to get more women to enter into the tech field, and the obstacles they face. The invited experts looked at what it's like to work in the field, what can be done to lower the barrier to entry and much more.
The chat was joined by Cecily Carver, Co-Director of Dames Making Games; Tendu Yogurtcu, VP Engineering at Syncsort; Jen Lamere, a 17-year-old who won the TVnext Hackathon; Laura Plant, Director at Ladies Learning Code; and Mélanie Attia, Director of Digital Marketing at Silanis Technology.
To relive the action during the chat, click on the widget below:
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