Experiences change perceptions! If they say a picture is worth a thousand words then a career experience is worth a thousand pictures. Think about it, you cannot strive to achieve something that you know little to nothing about. If we want to encourage more young women to choose STEM career paths we need to ensure they explore that STEM-lifestyle first for themselves. Check out Sonia’s Stemette Work Placement experience with Dow Jones below: Special Thanks, My special thanks go to Grant. Thank you very much for providing me with this great experience. It has helped me a lot and I […]

In no less than 117 days we are off to the world’s largest gathering of women technologists at the Grace Hopper Celebration in Orlando! We’re taking our 2019 #FabFive winners from our Student to Stemette mentoring programme. Check out who they are here and stay tuned with us via our Twitter and Insta to follow their journey. So, students interested in gaining more STEM life experience and career knowledge apply online and get matched with a woman from the STEM industry for a minimum of four months. Here’s a snapshot of what they gain on the programme: Sherpees (Stemettes Mentees) […]

We celebrate International Women’s Day in a big way each year. This year we outdid ourselves with a total of 8 events across Birmingham, Manchester and London. Here’s a roundup of what happened that day. 9.00 – Yasmin gave a speech at NTT Communications, London We hosted a panel event at NTT back in October so came back to celebrate IWD with them and share how we do what we do. Sherpa Stemette, Yasmin Lodhi spoke for an hour on The Stemette Life and our impact on thousands of girls and young women. Yasmin Lodhi from the @Stemettes kicks off […]

It’s been 3 years since we started our Student to Stemette programme. To celebrate all the work done with young STEM women in partnership with Deutsche Bank Citizenship and their Born to Be programme, we’re running a blog series sharing what Sherpees have gained and been doing whilst being on the programme. This week it’s Tahanni who was part of the London Cohort 5. Her Sherpa (mentor) was Kerry-Ann from Salesforce who is a Technology Consultant. When reflecting on my Student to Stemette experience I thought about how much I’ve grown from the first day of meeting my amazing, inspirational […]

It’s been 3 years since we started our Student to Stemette programme. To celebrate all the work done with young STEM women in partnership with Deutsche Bank Citizenship and their Born to Be programme, we’re running a blog series sharing what Sherpees have gained and been doing whilst being on the programme. This week it’s Paula who was part of the London Cohort 5. Her Sherpa (mentor) was Roisin from Salesforce who is in Technical Enterprise Sales. Hi everyone! The Stemettes programme was initially recommended to me by a friend so naturally, wanting to better my future as well as […]

It’s been 3 years since we started our Student to Stemette programme. To celebrate all the work done with young STEM women in partnership with Deutsche Bank Citizenship and their Born to Be programme, we’re running a blog series sharing what Sherpees have gained and been doing whilst being on the programme. This week it’s Kelsey who was part of the Birmingham Cohort 5. Her Sherpa (mentor) was Neha from Deutsche Bank who is in Application Support. Today on the 8th Of February 2017 I had my first meeting with my sherpa Neha! I received an email about my matching […]

It’s been 3 years since we started our Student to Stemette programme. To celebrate all the work done with young STEM women in partnership with Deutsche Bank Citizenship and their Born to Be programme, we’re running a blog series sharing what Sherpees have gained and been doing whilst being on the programme. First up, Esther who was part of the London Cohort 5. Her Sherpa (mentor) was Naina from Deutsche Bank who is a Technology Analyst. The next thing that had to be done?  An educational trip to … Thorpe park! I must admit, taking my friends to thorpe park […]

A problem shared is a problem halved Four cohorts have been through our ‘more than a mentoring programme’ in it’s first year. That’s a total 130 women that have joined the Stemettes network across Birmingham and London. So, naturally, we had a party to celebrate! We are so ready! 😆 #snacks #girlsinSTEM #graduation #party pic.twitter.com/XYMxL6FYHp — Student to Stemette (@StudentStemette) January 24, 2017 65 young women interested in STEM have successfully leapt off our springboard into a mentoring relationship – what have we learnt? 1. Time is your greatest currency *Cue the sound of a cash register… We’ve had some […]

My Deutsche Bank Autistica Hackathon Experience

This blog post has been written by Oishi, 22, who is studying for a degree in Software and Electronic Engineering at the University of Leicester. She is currently on our more-than-mentoringShe won Gadget Show Live tickets in February as part of WednesdayWins on our OtotheB app. I attended the Autistica Hackathon, organised by Deutsche Bank on 9th and 10th November 2016. On 8th of November I travelled from Leicester to London and stayed the night before in London to attend the hackathon next day. The aim of the hackathon was to develop apps for Autistic people in order to help them […]

The following post is based on a speech given at Stemettes’ 3rd birthday celebrations by Yasmine Dankwah, who is currently a Student to Stemette (STS) sherpee. STS aims to inspire young women into STEM careers by connecting them with a woman in industry who actively mentors them over the course of four months. The programme is supported by Deutsche Bank.  I joined Stemettes because I was generally interested in technology – however, my school’s main focus was engineering and medicine so they did not cater for this area of STEM. For me, applying for Student to Stemette was an opportunity […]