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FOR OUR VIRTUAL WOMEN IN STEM MENTORSHIP EVENT

SEPTEMBER 22, 2021 & OCTOBER 11, 2021

 

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Reserve

YOUR SPOT

Become a virtual mentor and help guide students throughout their STEM journey from education to career advice.

Network with professionals and hear from influential women in STEM about their achievements and career journey.

Welcome

TO THE LAUNCHPAD

Tundra Technical Solutions is a recruiting and staffing firm that wants to balance the workplace for the better by providing future women in STEM leaders with infinite opportunities.

That's why we're kicking off the Launchpad Project and virtual Mentorship Event.

 

For this two-part program, Tundra will dedicate over $10,000 every year to award high school seniors with scholarships to jump start their STEM education. Part two will feature a virtual mentorship event where influential women in STEM give support and advice to female-identifying students looking to pursue a STEM career. 

Check out highlights from our live event in 2019.

 
 
EASTERN
STANDARD TIME

Women in STEM Introduction

7:00 PM

6:15 PM

Women in STEM Panel Discussion

7:15 PM

Group Session With Mentor #2

6:45 PM

Panelist Q & A

7:30 PM

Group Session With Mentor #3

7:45 PM

Closing Remarks

Virtual Event

SCHEDULE

2021

6:00 PM

Group Session With

Mentor #1

 

Meet

PAST MENTORS

2020

Last year, Tundra's STEM event featured inspiring women across the nuclear and energy industries for our first ever virtual mentorship event.

We organized student groups of aspiring women in STEM to meet with three different mentors throughout the night, giving students the opportunity to make lasting connections in the industry.

Working in collaboration with:

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SHOSHANNA FRAIZINGER

Project Manager

Sargent & Lundy

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LISA MCBRIDE

President

Women in Nuclear

Canada

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MARCY SANDERSON

Project Director - Major Components Replacement

SNC-Lavalin

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ALYSSA JAMES

Program Coordinator,

Electrical, I&C Program

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BREANNE MOSS

Diversity & Inclusion,

Lead

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KAREN ANN JOHNSON

Radiation Safety Officer

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ANASTASIIA HARDWICK

Operations Coordinator, 

Nuclear Services

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ELIZABETH BRADY

Semi-Auto GTAW Welder, Lead Hand

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KARISHMA SINGH

Project Manager

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ANNA GKALIMANI

Structural Engineer

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HOLLY DZUBA

Project Manager

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LINDSAY WILKINSON

Nuclear Quality Coordinator

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LOLO ADIGWE

Section Manager, Projects

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MICHELE CHENG-NEWSON

Manager, Nuclear Projects

2019

In 2019, our mentorship event highlighted mentors from all STEM disciplines who discussed their career growth, success and challenges of being a woman in STEM to high school seniors. 

Meet the 2019 mentors by expanding the PDF viewer to learn more about these inspiring women!

This year we are looking for women active in the STEM community from all across USA and Canada to lead breakout discussions with aspiring women in STEM in high school and university.

 

Apply below:

 

Gallery

2019

See below for a glimpse of our live event at University of Toronto's Hart House venue April, 2019.

Are you in high school or university, identify as female, and eager to learn more about educational and career opportunities in STEM?

 

Join fellow students for a virtual Women in STEM mentorship event in 2021 by reserving your spot below!

 

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