International Women in Engineering Day
Why STEM Matters
To achieve our purpose: to serve each actor in the Health Care Ecosystem to provide better care for a healthier planet, we heavily rely on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects. STEM is in our DNA, and that’s why we continue to engage with a diverse range of people and partnerships to share the benefits of STEM subjects and pursuing a rewarding career in the industry.
“We truly believe that igniting an interest in STEM subjects is our responsibility. Aligned with this vision, over the last years our commitment to STEM and the communities in which we operate, we are proud to engage in many partnerships with universities, colleges and schools, future talent agreements including internships and graduates and participation in engagement initiatives and STEM events across the globe. These partnerships are really important for us to engage with young people as they progress through the education system and towards employment, or sparking an interest in STEM subjects and pursuing a rewarding career in the industry. Diverse teams mean better business decisions, more creative innovative solutions and an increase in engagement. This is particularly relevant in STEM organisations, like ours which thrives on collaboration, creativity, community, learning and innovation.”
Roberta Occorso, Group Chief HR Officer, Dedalus.
Showing our Support for International Women in Engineering Day 2022
We are committed to having diverse representation across STEM roles including recruiting and retaining women and that is why on International Women in Engineering Day, to help inspire future generations to consider STEM as a career, we asked our colleagues some important questions; exploring how they discovered STEM subjects and why they love it.