Westinghouse Celebrates Introduce a Girl to Engineering

PITTSBURGH--()--Westinghouse:

WHO:

     

WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANY

 

WHAT:

CELEBRATES INTRODUCE A GIRL TO ENGINEERING

 

WHEN:

MARCH 16, 2016 @ 8:30 A.M.

 

WHERE:

WESTINGHOUSE HEADQUARTERS CAMPUS LOCATED AT:

1000 Westinghouse Drive

Cranberry Township, Pa 16066

The Introduce a Girl to Engineering event is a recurring, national movement that aims to introduce female, high school students to careers in engineering. Westinghouse is proud to sponsor this event and wants to inspire and familiarize girls to the many engineering disciplines and career options available to them.

Thirty-eight female students from 12 local school districts will participate in this year’s event. This marks the 14th consecutive year that Westinghouse has partnered with the Pittsburgh chapter of WIN (Women in Nuclear) to host and inspire female students to pursue STEM-related careers.

This event will offer excellent opportunities for photos and interviews. Visual opportunities taking place include nuclear demonstrations, nuclear simulation tours and career panel discussions. For assistance setting up interviews and photo opportunities, please contact Denise Hughes at 724-940-8006.

DIRECTIONS

FROM I-79 NORTH, TAKE ROUTE 228/PA-228 EXIT TOWARD MARS/SEVEN FIELDS AND TURN RIGHT ONTO CRANBERRY WOODS DRIVE. STAY IN THE LEFT LANE AND TAKE THE FIRST LEFT TURN LEADING UP THE DRIVEWAY TO THE WESTINGHOUSE CAMPUS. PARKING FOR GUESTS IS AVAILABLE NEAR THE MAIN BUILDING ENTRANCE.

Contacts

Westinghouse Communications
Denise Hughes, +1-724-940-8006
hughe2d@westinghouse.com

Release Summary

Westinghouse hosts female high school students to inspire and familiarize girls to the many engineering disciplines and career options available to them, celebrating Introduce a Girl to Engineering.

Contacts

Westinghouse Communications
Denise Hughes, +1-724-940-8006
hughe2d@westinghouse.com