Allergan Pledges $300K to Support STEM Education for Future Female Leaders

Allergan is continuing its partnership with Girls Inc. as part of its commitment to working toward meaningful change in the industry. Photo credit: Wavebreakmedia/iStock/Getty Images Plus

Allergan is continuing its partnership with Girls Inc. as part of its commitment to working toward meaningful change in the industry. In addition to donating $300,000 to Girls Inc. this year, Allergan is offering mentoring initiatives and resources to educate and empower future female leaders interested in STEM. Allergan is enlisting female physicians across the country to mentor young women in high school that are looking toward their higher education and future career opportunities. As part of this mentoring initiative, the female physicians will engage with these girls from Girls Inc. via a virtual panel discussions that will offer insights, expertise, and tools for the girls to learn from as they apply to college, develop personal and career goals, and explore opportunities in the healthcare, science and medical fields. These virtual events will take place throughout the summer and beyond.


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