Ada Lovelace Day Showcase – Ways To Help Stemettes: October 2021 – February 2022

Thank you for offering to be a part of the change we’re driving. If you attended our Ada Lovelace Day Showcase, here are some next steps.


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Our Next Showcase Will Take Place on 11th February 2022.

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Provide Work Experience

Could you provide work experience to young women and young non-binary people?

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Spread the word about our showcase impact and opportunities for young people.

Opportunities for Ireland

Stemette Futures work alongside nonprofit Stemettes to inspire, support and encourage girls and young non-binary people into technical fields.

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We welcome volunteers who share our Stemettes missions and values. Join our volunteer list or run a fundraiser for Stemette Futures charity no 1188774.

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Donate to Stemette Futures

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.

2021 Events Volunteer

Watching [my mentee] grow in confidence from session 1 to session 8 has been amazing. It has reminded me how quickly you can develop as a person in a short space of time with the right support in place.

Associates Engineering Mentor

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

Associates Mentee, 18, North East England

I’ve learnt how important women are as part of STEM. I also learnt that women can be powerful in STEM

Belfast Attendee

I enjoyed meeting the stem role models and meeting new people.

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