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Upcoming School Events

When: 26th May, 9.00-11.00 am
Who: Girls and non-binary students aged 15+

What: Women currently make up only 11% of the Cyber Security workforce. In this session, we hope to show girls and non-binary students how fun and accessible cyber security is as a potential future career for them. During this event, we will be joined by Standard Chartered for a morning of cyber security role models and fun. Your class(es) will join the session along with other schools from across London and Liverpool. We will have a welcome keynote from a woman at Standard Chartered to help the students understand who Standard Chartered are and a fun group project for students. This will focus on UX and UI design and will only require paper, pens and colouring pencils. Just before the session ends, we will also host a mini panel so students can further their understanding of cyber security careers and the many routes into STEM.

This session will meet the criteria for Gatsby benchmarks:
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil *
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
5. Encounters with employers and employees
7. Encounters with further and higher education *
(* partially meets the criteria)

Apply for a place at this event here >>
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