The Femtec Network currently comprises ten major international technology companies: the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, the Boston Consulting Group and leading technical universities in Germany and Switzerland. The alumnae of Career-Building are the closest allies in the network – part of them are organised in Femtec Alumnae e.V. In addition, we cooperate with numerous partners in order to realize our goals together:
The Femtec Network is currently composed of twelve well-known, internationally active partner companies and research institutes, such as the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft.
The Femtec Alumnae e. V. is an association of and for scientists, engineers and experts from the STEM field (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). It was founded in 2008 by graduates of the Femtec Career-Building Programme and has since grown into a network of more than 600 women.
The Femtec Alumnae e. V. represents women working in the STEM sector and is committed to an equal work culture. The association members encourage schoolgirls to choose a career in STEM, along with their mentor. The professional development of the members is supported by seminars and workshops. The association also offers the opportunity for exchange and networking – throughout Germany and worldwide.
Femtec works together with other cooperation partners whose aim is to promote female executives in the STEM sector.
Zonta International International service club for working women in positions of responsibility who strive to improve the legal, political, economic, professional and health situation for other women.
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START Foundation The START Foundation supports outstanding young people with migration experience who care about the future of our democracy.
MINT Zukunft schaffen! As a nationwide STEM network, "MINT Zukunft schaffen!" is a forward-thinking and groundbreaking sign for positive change.
missING junge Frauen in MINT The magazine demonstrates through exciting articles what women can achieve in technical and scientific professions.
MINT_EC MINT-EC is the national excellence network of upper secondary schools with a strong profile in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM, in German MINT).
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Initiative Chefsache Whether large enterprises or SMEs – especially at management levels, the initiative aims to raise awareness of how role stereotypes influence communication and behaviour which can lead to difficulties in equal opportunities.