Apprentice Manager Deputy
As the first woman to be trained as a polymechanic at Mikron, I have learned that technical professions are not only for men. Over the years, I have had the chance to discover various functions, such as assembler, quality controller, and technical buyer. I then obtained a Federal Certificate as a production expert, and I worked as a manufacturing methods engineer. Today I am an apprentice supervisor. During my own apprenticeship, I was the only female. This observation pushed me to want to change things. Today, five years later, I am proud to note that there are six young women in total out of the four current apprenticeship classes. My career path has been punctuated by challenges and enriching encounters. I look back at these with pride but also look forward to the future, with the conviction that women have their place in the technical professions.