WiM-Wisconsin Launches First Mentor and Outreach Program for WomenApril 1, 2015
Women in Manufacturing (WiM) Wisconsin announced its new program, WiM empoWer, previously an independent committee of the Tool, Die & Machining Association of Wisconsin. As the first of its kind program to serve as a resource geared toward increasing interest and inspiration in manufacturing careers for women, WiM empoWer fills gaps by connecting leaders to mentees to cultivate relationships and experience; partnering with local schools to aid in program enhancement and education; and designing events and programs to inspire women, students, and professionals to become leaders through opportunities within manufacturing.Women in Manufacturing, with more than 500 members nationwide, is dedicated to the attraction, retention and advancement of women who are pursuing or have chosen a career in the manufacturing industry.
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