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Posted June 18, 2021

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#INWED2021 Spotlight: Stephanie Tan

Meet Stephanie Tan, P.Eng.!

As a part of the Camp Engies team, Steph is inspiring hundreds of girls to follow their passions.

We often hear from girls that they feel intimidated to explore engineering or can’t imagine what a career in engineering would be like.

They’re the reason we want to amplify stories like Stephanie’s!

As an engineer working at Hydro One she’s helping make sure all of us have access to the electricity we need (more than ever these days!).

And, as the Marketing Director for Camp Engies she’s creating content that grabs girls attention and helps them unleash their own engineering passion.

Stephanie is an everyday engineering hero!

Image: Stephanie and the other women in engineering that are her heroes lead a passionate group of girls at Camp Engies

 

Registration is OPEN for Camp Engies and space is limited. So, if you know a girl in grade 5-8 that would like to unleash her engineering passion and connect with other inspiring women in engineering visit campengies.com

And, for those young women (grades 9-12) that want to continue exploring engineering and helping inspire others they can sign up as Engies-in-Training!!

 

 

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