GIRL POWER: CAMERYN ACCELERATES TOWARDS DREAM ENGINEERING CAREER

July 06, 2021

“If there’s something you’re good at, why let stereotypes stop you?”

That’s the message 21-year-old Computer Science student Cameryn Watson has for any young girl thinking of pursuing a career in technology. Cameryn is one of thousands celebrating online graduations at the University of Sunderland this week – having already landed herself her dream job working for Curtis Instruments UK in Washington. The company provides advanced control system technology for electric and hybrid vehicles and off-road equipment, like forklift trucks and light on-road vehicles, such as golf caddies or tuk-tuks.

 

UNIVERSITY-OF-SUNDERLAND-PROFILE-TECH-STUDENT-CAMERYN-WATSON_06-07-21_DJW_017UNIVERSITY-OF-SUNDERLAND-PROFILE-TECH-STUDENT-CAMERYN-WATSON_06-07-21_DJW_017University of Sunderland student Cameryn Watson Picture: DAVID WOOD UNIVERSITY-OF-SUNDERLAND-PROFILE-TECH-STUDENT-CAMERYN-WATSON_06-07-21_DJW_022UNIVERSITY-OF-SUNDERLAND-PROFILE-TECH-STUDENT-CAMERYN-WATSON_06-07-21_DJW_022University of Sunderland student Cameryn Watson Picture: DAVID WOOD

 

https://neconnected.co.uk/girl-power-cameryn-accelerates-towards-dream-engineering-career/

 

https://sunderlandmagazine.com/cameryn-watson-excels-in-her-pursuit-towards-a-dream-engineering-career/
 


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