I want to be an engineer

Canada, 1983

Film
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This film provides a lively introduction to the professional and personal lives of three female engineers - just a few of the growing number of women who are opting for “non-traditional” jobs. Their enthusiasm for and commitment to their work makes them convincing role models for high-school girls who might be considering engineering as a career possibility. As well, the film is effective in fostering positive attitudes towards women working in the traditionally male professions of science and technology.

Credits

director

Beverly Shaffer

producer

Margaret Pettigrew

production company

National Film Board of Canada

Language

English

Duration

00:28:32:00

Colour

Colour

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