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On May 17th, 2017...

We're thrilled to bring the g4g@work concept to the world's leading industrial automation company, Rockwell Automation!!

In just a few weeks, 50 girls aged 11-15 will have the opportunity to spend a hands-on afternoon at Rockwell Automation EMEA headquarters in Belgium, discovering how science and technology link to our everyday lives!! They will get to experience 3 interactive workshops related to STEM, electronics, and coding while engaging with inspiring role-model professionals!

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Where. When. What?!

 

Where? Rockwell Automation EMEA headquarters in Diegem, Belgium (5th floor)

When? Wednesday, 17 May 2017 from 13:00 to 17:00

What? We welcome 50 girls aged 11-15 to a g4g@work event with Rockwell Automation for an afternoon of interactive, hands-on, unbelievable fun in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics!

How? We invite role model professionals to lead 45 minute workshops that show the link to STEM and highlight the technology that Rockwell is known for, with 15 - 18 girls per workshop. Girls will have a chance to experience 3 workshops throughout the afternoon and snacks will be provided!

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Meet the Team!

Magali Poublon, EMEA Talent Manager at Rockwell Automation. Strong believer in powerful education, she enjoys driving STEM initiatives for young people to inspire them and broaden their outlook – our future is in their hands! 

Magali Poublon, EMEA Talent Manager at Rockwell Automation. Strong believer in powerful education, she enjoys driving STEM initiatives for young people to inspire them and broaden their outlook – our future is in their hands! 

g4g Brussels Contact, Rockwell Automation

Emilie Legris, EMEA Internal Communications manager at Rockwell Automation. She sees partnering with Greenlight for Girls a unique way to bring the “outside in” and create positive energy among the Rockwell Automation employees.

Emilie Legris, EMEA Internal Communications manager at Rockwell Automation. She sees partnering with Greenlight for Girls a unique way to bring the “outside in” and create positive energy among the Rockwell Automation employees.

g4g Brussels Contact, Rockwell Automation

Melissa Rancourt, Chairman & Founder. Melissa is an engineer herself and loves the Big Bang TV show. So much so that she does a workshop based on it which has proved to be one of the favourites of the girls. Melissa is a true science geek and doesn't mind who knows this!  Her story is our story so check it out here!

Melissa Rancourt, Chairman & Founder. Melissa is an engineer herself and loves the Big Bang TV show. So much so that she does a workshop based on it which has proved to be one of the favourites of the girls. Melissa is a true science geek and doesn't mind who knows this! 

Her story is our story so check it out here!

Founder and Chariman,          greenlight for girls

From global communications & event coordinating, she manages various g4g internal projects, creates science workshops, supervises our lovely young interns and ambassadors and loves to lead the DNA workshop across the globe! She loves all things science, but what really gets her going is studying the core of all living things... the molecules of life! Get in contact with here here!  

From global communications & event coordinating, she manages various g4g internal projects, creates science workshops, supervises our lovely young interns and ambassadors and loves to lead the DNA workshop across the globe! She loves all things science, but what really gets her going is studying the core of all living things... the molecules of life! Get in contact with here here!

 

Int'l Project Manager,             greenlight for girls


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