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Virtual Roundtable
6:00 — 7:30 PM
November 11 '20

Careers in 3D Printing

The continued growth of 3D Printing in new technologies, applications and sectors has brought several challenges related to the labor market. On the one hand, in the selection and recruitment of professionals by technology suppliers and end users, and on the other hand, in training centers like universities or private training companies that must be continuously updating their contents and capabilities to meet this demand. In the middle of all this, are those professionals who work in 3D Printing or who seek to develop their career in this sector.

The continued growth of 3D Printing in new technologies, applications and sectors has brought several challenges related to the labor market. On the one hand, in the selection and recruitment of professionals by technology suppliers and end users, and on the other hand, in training centers like universities or private training companies that must be continuously updating their contents and capabilities to meet this demand. In the middle of all this, are those professionals who work in 3D Printing or who seek to develop their career in this sector.

In the focus of Women in 3D Printing mission is to support and promote this technology and to support more and more women working on and/or with it. For this reason, we have prepared a panel joining experts in training and selection of candidates with staff and talent managers, so that they can share with us their vision on the state of the labor market and current and future trends in the profiles of 3D printing professionals.

The session will work as a Round Table with questions to our panelists and will be open to questions from the attendants in a casual format.

About Womenin3Dprinting: With a mission of “Promoting, supporting, and inspiring women using Additive Manufacturing technologies”, Women in 3D Printing seeks to foster a more diverse industry. Within five years of existence, Women in 3D Printing managed to grow from a simple blog to one of the largest Additive Manufacturing community worldwide, with over 65 chapters in 25 countries.

Carbon Inc.
Carbon Inc.
Kensington Additive
University of Sheffield
Univ. Wisconsin – Women in 3D Printing Youth Initiative
Subject to changes without notice

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