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For Interested Mentees

Are you looking for support in your STEM or STEAM career journey? Are you a young woman or young non-binary person aged 15-25 years old from across the UK and Beyond? If so, you’re in the right place!

So You’d Like Some Support on Your STEAM Journey?

Take a look at our cohorts available below, and then register here to get yourself a Mentor and begin your STEAM Journey.

BECOME A MENTEE
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Bank of America

Mentees will be matched with mentors from a variety of STEAM roles.

Cohort running from Jan - April 2023.

Applications now closed.

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DeepMind

Mentees will be matched with AI and computer science mentors.

Cohort running from Jan - April 2023.

Applications now closed.

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Nestlé

Mentees will be matched with Nestlé mentors from engineering roles.

Cohort running from Feb - May 2023.

Applications now closed.

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SAP

Mentees will be matched with SAP mentors from STEAM roles.

This cohort has been postponed until summer 2023.

Keep an eye on this page for updates.

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Do you have any questions? Take a look at our Mentee FAQs, as we may have answered it already.

 

Still not sure? Drop us an email at team@stemettes.org.

Anyone under the age of 16 will need to be accompanied by a parent or a guardian to attend any in-person events as part of this programme.
For Parents & Guardians

We take the safety of our community and young people very seriously. This programme will ensure safety and safeguarding throughout – via the use of training, DBS checks and a locked secure online platform. Our safeguarding policy is available online. We want our young people to be safe at all times, so this programme will be heavily supervised by our team. We also take inclusion very seriously, so will be providing the necessary materials for any young people who do not have regular access to a device connected to the internet. We want all sorts of young people to be able to build careers in STEM, no matter the resources they have at home