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Elles Bougent

Elles Bougent
Founded 2005
Type voluntary association
Location
Area served France
Key people Marie-Sophie Pawlak
Slogan Transmettre la passion, susciter des vocations
Website www.ellesbougent.com

Elles Bougent is a French voluntary association created in 2005 in order to attract high school girls and young students women to careers in transportation engineering (aerospace, automotive, rail).

Purpose

The association has the purpose to attract high school girls and young students women[1] to careers in transportation engineering (aerospace, automotive, rail)[2] · .[3]

Governance

The association was created in 2005 by Marie-Sophie Pawlak[4] · .[5]

Members

The association consists of natural persons (high school girls and women students in science and technology, women engineers or technicians in operation) and artificial person (companies, grandes écoles, universities).[6]

Business and federations

Higher education

Institutional

References

  1. ^ (French) Femmes et industrie : l'association « Elles bougent » tisse son réseau dans les lycées
  2. ^ (French) Femmes et industrie : l'association « Elles bougent » tisse son réseau dans les lycées
  3. ^ (French) « Elles Bougent » dans la bonne humeur
  4. ^ (French) Marie-Sophie Pawlak "bouge" pour les filières scientifiques
  5. ^ (French) Marie-Sophie Pawlak, présidente de l'association Elles bougent, directrice des relations extérieures de l'Estaca
  6. ^ (French) Le groupe EDF signe un partenariat avec l'association "Elles bougent" pour promouvoir ses métiers techniques auprès des jeunes filles
  7. ^ (French) Création d’une fonction Responsable sociétal (RSE) à l’ENAC
  8. ^ (French) IPSA

External links

  • Site officiel de l'association « Elles Bougent »
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