Working to engage, inform and connect the next generation of women and non-binary people into Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM) by showcasing a diversity of people working in STEAM.
Our 3 Stemette ambitions are:
We’re taking Stemettes events to ‘STEM Cold Spots’ across the country, where STEM uptake is low.
We’re providing young people with recognised qualifications they can take into adulthood, for free.
Sharing high-quality resources with 4 communities: Parents/Guardians, Teachers, Alumni and Volunteers.
|Dr Nike Folayan MBE||Trustee|
|Tibor Gold MBE||Trustee|
Stemette Futures work alongside nonprofit Stemettes to inspire, support and encourage girls and non-binary young people into technical fields. Across our programmes, events and platforms we’re showing that Girls do STEM too, in a free, fun-filled & food-filled way.
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I want to say how wonderful it was talking to such young and aspiring women who hope for a career in stem based work.
It is reassuring to know that it’s fine to try things out and have a go, and not be scared to move on. My mentor encouraged me to look for alternative routes, and I have been offered my own degree apprenticeship
I really I like the learning part and getting to speak to professionals in the networking sessions!
I’ve learnt how important women are as part of STEM. I also learnt that women can be powerful in STEM