Wednesday, September 22, 2021 9:00 AM ~ 5:00 PM ET

Federally Employed Women (FEW) will conduct a Virtual STEM Day on September 22nd, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (EDT).  STEM Day is a full-day agenda of federal government, private industry and academia leaders who will share a wealth of information in the STEM concentrations in their field of expertise.  STEM Day also includes an Exhibitor Showcase and Career Fair.  


FEW presents this inaugural Virtual Leadership Summit II STEM Day Program for women and girls.  As the world continues to evolve in STEM, so must FEW in its training/awareness programs. STEM Day was developed to help make great strides in supporting the advancement of career professional women to become more competitive as they move forward in their career paths.  In an ever-changing technological world, it is imperative for FEW to provide greater awareness in STEM and the STEM related arenas. 

The first virtual STEM Day will take place on September 22, 2021. STEM Day is a full day agenda of government and private industry leaders who will share a wealth of information and opportunities for those who are in or who desire a career in the STEM concentrations. The  intended audience is entry-level STEM professionals and rising professionals from STEM Colleges, Universities and High Schools (juniors and seniors). There is no cost to attend.

STEM Day Topics: 

  • Exhibit Hall & Career Fair 
  • Engineering, Cybersecurity, Aviation, and more


  • Developing positive dispositions toward STEM
  • Examining STEM content and best practices
  • Connect federal employment opportunities
  • Provide an understanding and framework of STEM careers
  • Share STEM career job openings