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  • Wednesday, September 15
  • 8am - 5pm
  • Breakfast and Lunch provided
  • For Women ages 18+

This full-day workshop is designed for women to explore dynamic careers in, and learn about the art and science of advanced manufacturing. Attendees will learn about the industry and Davis Tech programs in Automation & Robotics, CNC Machining, Composite Materials Technology, Injection Molding and Welding—all high-demand, high-wage careers. The workshop will include inspirational speakers, featured industry guests, Davis Tech alumni, local company tours, and hands-on activities.

Assistance with child care and transportation may be available for women while attending the event. Please contact Chelsey Conner at 801-593-2041 or for eligibility and details. 


  • 8-8:30am: Check-in, breakfast
  • 8:30-9:30am: Welcome, keynote speaker Robbyn Scribner
  • 9:30-11:30am: First breakout session, industry tours
  • 11:45am-1:00pm: Lunch, industry speaker Jen Hudak
  • 1:15-3:15pm: Second breakout session, industry tours
  • 3:30-4:30pm: Davis Tech advisors to discuss next steps to enroll, explore financial aid and other support services


Robbyn Scribner is a Research Fellow for the Utah Women & Leadership Project at Utah State University, and she is thrilled to be contributing to projects that strengthen the impact of Utah girls and women. Robbyn has been the team lead for the Utah Women Stats Research Snapshots series, where she co-authored sixteen snapshots on various topics of interest to Utah women, including poverty, labor force participation, domestic violence, and the gender wage gap. During her time with the UWLP she has contributed to dozens of other reports and articles focused on supporting and advancing women and girls. Robbyn is active in community outreach, frequently speaking and presenting on women’s issues in various settings. 

Robbyn holds a master’s degree in English with an emphasis in composition and rhetoric from Brigham Young University, and a bachelor’s degree (also from BYU) in European Studies. She has a special interest in researching and writing about women and careers, highlighting the challenges women face in trying to balance work and family responsibilities, while advocating for creative solutions to advance women’s professional wellbeing.

Jen HudakEscapod Co-Founder


Hey! Thanks for being here! I'm Jen Hudak, Escapod co-founder and copy master! Like the rest of the team, I wear a lot of hats. Though my time spent in the shop during the early days is now behind us, I continue to contribute through written-word, social media & business development.

Prior to my work at Escapod, I was a professional halfpipe skier. I have two X-Games gold medals and two World Championship Titles to my name. But, if my face looks familiar, it may be because you saw me race to the finals in Season 30 of CBS' The Amazing Race! To put things lightly, I LOVE TRAVEL & ADVENTURE! Chris & I weren't sure where Escapod would lead when we built the first prototype, we just needed a lightweight, rugged teardrop trailer that would be ready to go when we were. Now we get to experience the joy of making other people's dreams come true. Packed within these teardrop trailer walls is infinite potential for your wildest adventures! Have fun!