It’s Mental Health Awareness Week, so we wanted to signpost you to some useful links for when you need them.
It’s one of the most common questions in an interview, so it’s a good idea to prepare for this question so it doesn’t throw you off.
With so many of us completing our coursework (and work-work!) from home, isolated from others, it is a particularly challenging time to navigate. So how do you stay motivated, especially in an era of such uncertainty?
When we were pulling together a Zine Issue around the theme of ‘Motivation’, we knew we had to feature Yewande Akinola and her amazing career and passion for engineering.
The short answer is both. But that’s not particularly helpful, so let’s take a deeper look.
Most of us are working or studying from home at the moment. So how do you manage your time to make sure you still have time to relax in the evening?
Ok, so you know you want to be in a STEM career. You know that there will be challenges along the way as a woman. You also know you’ll have a career filled with opportunity and adventure!
On the 7th of August, Stemettes spoke to Leila Powell- a STEMazing role model working in Cyber Security. Here, she talks us through how large businesses manage their security and what they can do to prevent attacks.
Leaving university is daunting; it’s a complete upheaval of your life and there’s an ever-present pressure to find a job.