SPB Global promotes the STEAM Chair of the Social Council of the UPV to attract women to science and technology degrees.
participation of women in science and technology by increasing their presence in these degrees as well as to encourage the participation of companies, institutions and entities interested in promoting these careers. SPB Global, committed to equality and social responsibility, has promoted this initiative by joining it along with 19 other companies.
La iniciativa esta destinada a sumar esfuerzos, buscar sinergias e impulsar proyectos que contribuyan a shaping an education and training system that eliminates gender stereotypes associated with certain vocations and professions in a project to promote female empowerment in STEAM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics), as reported by the Social Council.
El preThe president of SPB Global, Miguel Burdeos, has signed the adhesion as patrons to this Chair, which aims to focus on reducing the gender gap in these disciplines.
Steam Chair supporters
In addition to SPB Global, the new supporters are Boyden, Celestica, CEV, Consum, Edicom, Hidraqua, NTT Data, Nunsys, RIIA CV, REDIT, S2 Grupo, Federación de Educación de CCOO del País Valencià, UGT Servicios Públicos País Valencià, Diputació de València, Instituto de Gobernanza Empresarial, ITI, Asociación Mesa de la Ingeniería Valenciana and Colegio oficial de Ingenieros Técnicos Industriales.
Miguel Burdeos, who is also a member of the Social Council of the UPV and also patron and director of the Chair of Management and Business Culture of this institution, said that this Chair is essential « so that we can eliminate the gender gap in these profiles and encourage scientific and technological vocations among students, especially among girls and young women ».
In order to achieve the objectives of the Chair, among other activities, conferences by teachers, sociologists, educators, business people, professionals or authorities, relevant for their experience, will be promoted. It will also promote the approach to the business reality and its demand, through activities, programmes or courses.