On the 31st July, the Stemettes invited 61 girls aged 13 years old and above to a career panel event with seven amazing women in STEM. We spent the afternoon at The Cheesegrater in London, learning about STEM careers from industry role models. Attendees rated the event 8.3 out of 10 overall.  98% of attendees stated they would come to a Stemettes event again.   98% of attendees had an increased awareness of STEM options. 98% of attendees shared their perception of STEM improved.  We were joined by an amazing panel, where they spoke about their career journey, and the girls […]

We partnered with KPMG in July to run a Stemettes meet up. We invited young women in their second or final year of university to find out what a day-in-the-life is like working in Technology. We spoke to six women (Anya Osen, Stephanie Gooch, Farida Elwakeel, Lydia Levy, Rachael Hamilton and Tess Harwood) about their careers and how they got to where they are now. One attendee explained that ‘Everyone was very nice, the information given from the panel was very helpful! We learnt a lot of new things, and I will be considering a career in tech. My confidence […]

Stemettes partnered with Deutsche Bank to enable five UK students to attend the largest gathering of #womeninTech at the Grace Hopper Conference 2019. Becky, a first-year student of BSc Computer Science, is one of our STEMazing winners from our mentorship programme, Student to Stemette. Her aims for attending were the following:    I’m hoping to gain a once in a lifetime experience to be surrounded by successful women and to become extremely motivated in pursuing my career in STEM        Gain more knowledge concerning the field of Computing        I’d also be looking to build a […]

Stemettes partnered with Deutsche Bank to enable five UK students to attend the largest gathering of #womeninTech – The Grace Hopper Celebration of  Women in Computing! Ayushi, a degree apprentice at KPMG, is one of our STEMazing winners from our mentorship programme, Student to Stemette. Her aims for attending were the following:     I am hoping to talk to many other women in STEM and hear their experiences into how they got on their journey.         It would help me gain a bit of confidence to hear empowering stories which I could also share with other […]