Encouraging Female High School Students in Virginia to Pursue Engineering Careers

By Corporate Communication - 2012-03-12

Since 2008, the Micron Foundation has been supporting the Chantilly High School in Virginia through annual donations, job shadow days and tours of Micron’s site in Manassas, and mentor volunteers. Their engineering academy was recently featured by NBC 4 (Washington ) in a story highlighting the success of their program to encourage female students to pursue careers in engineering. In the first year of the program, 135 female students participated and they are running at approximately an 83-percent graduation rate off to engineering schools.

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