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Rawan Al-RikabiWed, May 31, '233 min read

Empowering the Next Generation: Our Experience Hosting "Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day"

We believe diversity plays a critical role in the success of any organization. At Configura, we are committed to creating, cultivating and promoting a diverse workforce.  


Empowering the Next Generation 


A variety of perspectives and experiences in the workforce can encourage employees and clients to solve problems uniquely and creatively. 

Several benefits occur when people of different ages, backgrounds, ethnicities, sexual orientations and education levels collaborate with one another to do work.  

When we embrace diversity in the workplace, we see an increase in creativity and innovation, more opportunities for professional growth and better overall decision-making. Not surprisingly, these benefits have a positive impact (up to 35 percent) on a company’s bottom line.  

People inspire one another. With a shared goal of company success, the path to prosperity must be a combined effort. So, what can we do today to help support a diverse workforce now and in the future? 


Learn from Configura  


MicrosoftTeams-image (12) (1)As a company, we are making a concerted effort—spending time and resources to be better for our current employees and those who will join us in the future. That hard work includes collaboration with organizations like Womengineer 

Each year, Configura seeks opportunities to participate in global initiatives that help inspire the next generation to join the technology industry. This year, we participated in “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” hosted by Womengineer.  

Configura organized a half-day event where girls and non-binary children aged 13 to 19 were invited to visit our global headquarters in Linköping, Sweden. We introduced them to Configura, conducted office tours, hosted educational activities, played games and more. 


“This event is just one example of how we work throughout the year to promote diversity and equitable access to careers in the tech industry,” said Lotta Lilieblad, VP People, Configura. “We believe tangible, lived experiences help raise awareness about a future career in tech—which will ultimately lead to a more diverse workforce.” 

Six tips for hosting youth in an immersive onsite experience  

Open your doors and allow young people to see behind the scenes at your tech company. To find the most success in your event, be sure to follow these six tips.  

1.  Start with a short company-focused presentation. Talk about the mission, vision and what products or services the company produces. A site manager, Human Resources representative or even the company's CEO would be a great choice to present the opening session.  
2.  Follow the company introduction with a site tour. Consider assigning members from different departments to lead small groups of your youth visitors. Some participants might be shy, so warmly welcoming them and giving a tour around the office while chitchatting can help break the ice. 
3.  After the site tour, take your visitors through a series of stations with different activities. You’re a technology company, so let them experience a few hands-on demonstrations. VR games, coding challenges, exploring a design software or creating a 3D model are just a few ideas.  
4.  Encourage conversation and questions. Ensure your department leaders are properly prepared to talk about the company and their specific roles and field questions from group members. Nothing is off limits—you might get a “Why did you choose to work here” to “How much money can you make as a developer?” 
5.  Provide a meal and snacks to keep the energy up while providing opportunities for your attendees to continue conversations in a more relaxed setting.  
6.  Send your visitors home with a goodie bag to thank them for their interest and time at your company. Branded water bottles, notebooks and pens, as well as information about internships are always great options. 

A focus on the next generation  


Future leaders, innovators, inventors, politicians, artists, healthcare professionals, software developers, educators—the list goes on and on—didn’t get to where they are overnight.  

There is always room to grow. Regarding diversity in the workplace, female representation in particular accounts for just 26.7 percent of the tech workforce and Black women specifically, make up only 1.7 percent.  

Lived experiences, personal interests and natural talents (combined with hard work) are the defining factors which propel someone from student to professional.  

Businesses can support the development of a diverse workforce by offering youth of differing backgrounds early exposure to the many career opportunities available in the technology industry. 




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Rawan Al-Rikabi

Based in Linköping, Sweden, Rawan Al-Rikabi is passionate about diversity, sustainability and a circular economy. As an Internal Communication and Employer Branding Specialist at Configura, Rawan supports the company's employee marketing programs and employee communication initiatives. With a bachelor's in international management and economics, Rawan is currently pursuing a master's in strategy management in international organizations.