This is Marvel's Contest That Encourages Teen Girls to Pursue Science and Tech Jobs
Mar 14, 2016 11:49
Need more women in tech and science? You bet! Here's how Marvel wants to change all that: by announcing a contest for girls of ages 15-18 to get involved with science, technology, engineering, and math projects that have the potential of creating positive change in the world.
Called The Captain America: Civil War challenge, it will give five finalists tickets to the premiere of the movie as well as score an internship with Marvel studios.
Marvel is partnering with the National Academy of Sciences along with Dolby Laboratories, Broadcom, and Synchrony Bank.
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