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Inclusive Culture & Opportunities For Women in Tech

Inclusive Culture & Opportunities For Women in Tech

Below is a post originally published on Priscyla Temblador's Linkedin.Go to McMaster-Carr' company page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

"It was thrilling to connect with female engineers at the Society of Women Engineers’ #WE22 event this week. Around 20,000 people descended on Houston for this awesome event. McMaster-Carr was proud to be there to share about our inclusive culture and opportunities, and to recruit women in Tech!"


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