The Sheffield Feminist Society has organised a free event all about Women in STEM. They will be showing a short film all about women in STEM followed by a panel of 6 inspirational women in this field discussing everything STEM and gender related with the opportunity for you to get your questions answered. Tuesday 1st … Continue reading Event: Women in STEM, 1st May
Promote the role of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Join a team of STEM students to prepare and deliver interactive workshops in local primary schools (all genders welcome). Engage children (9-11 years) with STEM subjects and promote the role of women in STEM. You will go in a team to a school … Continue reading STEM outreach in primary schools – volunteers needed!
Posted on behalf of Teach First The final submission deadline for a place in our 2017 cohort is Wednesday 10 May 2017. Teach First is ranked third in the Times Top 100 list of Graduate Employers, and our Leadership Development Programme is world-class, combining global best practice in leadership development and teacher training. Our programme is renowned for developing some of the most successful leaders in both education and business. If you … Continue reading Graduate opportunity: Teach First 2017
Posted on behalf of Target Jobs It’s been a very busy couple of months for TARGETjobs events but the hard work has paid off. We regularly run two networking events designed exclusively for female STEM students IT’s not just for the boys! and Future female engineers. These events are fantastic opportunities for students to meet … Continue reading Target Jobs: Networking Events for female STEM students
Who are Teach First? Teach First are a charity working to end educational inequality. We believe inspirational teaching and leadership is key to helping every child succeed, regardless of their background. Since 2002 over 7000 graduates have joined the Teach First Leadership Development Programme in schools across England and Wales and helped change the lives of thousands … Continue reading Teach First: Two week residential Insight Programme
Are you celebrating #AdaLovelaceDay? Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace was a British mathematician and writer, chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). There's a handy map here … Continue reading Ada Lovelace Day – 13th October