Doosan Lentjes welcomed close to 20 young women at its premises in Ratingen and let them immerse into the exciting world of energy plant engineering. With this in mind, the pupils had the chance to take a virtual journey through Doosan Lentjes’ reference plants around the globe – a great chance to experience energy in an impressive 360° environment. During a physical visit of a pilot plant close to the office, the young women got a close insight into the processes of a power plant on a scale of 1:12 – a good opportunity to make the complex processes more tangible and understandable to the young ones.
Given the background of both increasing competitive pressure from across the world and the threat of skills shortage, Doosan Lentjes seeks to proactively develop young female professionals of tomorrow. Its ongoing engagement in the Girls’ Day running once a year is an important element in this strategy securing advantages for Doosan Lentjes in the global competition for talents.
Commenting on this, Roland Muszkiewicz, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at Doosan Lentjes, said: “We know that our people are our greatest asset, so we put extensive efforts in developing the required professionals of tomorrow. This is reflected in our global 2G Strategy meaning that growth of business leads to growth of people and vice versa. Pointing out promising career opportunities for young women in the STEM disciplines will be one of the main drivers for future competitiveness. So, together with our talents of tomorrow, we will keep our technological leadership and continue to engineer safe and sustainable energy solutions for generations to come.”