On Saturday 23rd November, we partnered with LGIM again for another ‘Meet the Stemettes’ panel event. We hosted 54 girls, and 62 people overall, who listened to our panellists share their journeys into STEM. The girls later joined a speed networking session where they received advice about how to get into STEM career.    So we collected feedback from the women in STEM session, and the girls rated the event 7.9 out of 10! We also found that:   87% of attendees stated their perception of STEM improved.   100% of attendees indicated their network in STEM improved.   96% of attendees found their […]

A part of our response to the Covid-19 outbreak, Stemettes is running 12 weeks of online events for our community and the wider public. The full timetable is up on our website, and being updated as we pull the schedule together. Bookmark the page and keep checking back so you don’t miss out. We’re also sending an email out every Friday to let you know what’s happening the following week – sign up for updates here. Week 1 was Zaha Hadid week! On Monday, we hosted a session for 60 attendees to follow along with our Stemillions Activity Pack (aka […]

Due to concerns over COVID-19, Stemettes will be postponing any physical events until mid-August. Health, Safety and Wellbeing for society, our community and our team is our top priority – alongside providing support for girls and nonbinary young people considering STEM careers. During this time, we’ll be running a series of online events for our community across the Stemette Society and our social channels for 12 weeks. The schedule is currently being compiled and will be released weekly here. We look forward to being able to keep you company – via Zoom, Google Hangouts and Instagram. We’ll also be running […]

Stemettes took over the Rise London offices on August 21st and 22nd 2019 for a hackathon. Rise, by Barclays, is the home of fintech (financial technology) and together we partnered for a hackathon theme titled ‘Using your money for good with the help of technology’. We hosted 58 girls (with some boys too) aged 5-22 to attend the hackathon, where they learnt how to build an app. Our young coders formed into three groups; Dough, Dollar and Dosh. Dough coded their app using AppShed; Dollar used AppInventor to create their app and Dosh leveraged Glitch code their app. Congratulations to […]