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Inspiring Girls To Engineer America's Future

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Inspiring Girls To Engineer America's Future

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Inspiring Girls To Engineer America's Future

Inspiring Girls To Engineer America's Future

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National Engineers Week is an annual event that aims to energize youngsters about engineering. Leslie Collins, executive director of the National Engineers Week Foundation, explains how "Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day" gets girls fired up about an engineering career.

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