Learn how Siemens is transforming the future workforce this summer

By Ian Mark

School may be out, but Siemens is working on some exciting initiatives to support educators and empower students to kickstart careers in engineering, design and manufacturing! Read on to learn more.

Realize LIVE Americas recap: New ABET-recognized credential program, solving the mystery of finding the right talent and more 

Another amazing Realize LIVE Americas event is in the books! From the announcement of a new ABET-recognized industry credential program to our Sustainability Design Hack with Andretti and action-oriented sessions on closing the skills gap, there was no shortage of exciting moments for industry and academic audiences.

Check out our blog highlighting some of the most exciting moments from the event here to learn more. 

Partnering with CU Boulder to bridge the sustainability skills gap 

As part of a new credential initiative, Siemens is partnering with CU Boulder to offer a graduate credential program with nine courses. The first two courses, Sustainability & the Circular Economy and Applied Sustainability Engineering are already live! This program is directly addressing the skills gap and empowering students to drive economic growth while building a more resilient and sustainable planet. 

Click here to learn more about this program with CU Boulder. 

Join Siemens at the 2024 ASEE annual conference 

The Siemens Global Academic team is excited to sponsor and join ASEE’s upcoming annual conference on “The Future of Engineering Education.” Across several exciting sessions, we’ll be exploring how academia and industry can more closely collaborate to drive innovation and solve critical engineering challenges. The Siemens Empowers Education and Startups team will also be leading a workshop to provide actionable strategies for cultivating meaningful partnerships among engineering educators, administrators, and industry representatives. 

Click here to learn more about Siemens’ involvement at the conference. 

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