The goal is to give them the tools and confidence needed to secure a job. The first event launched earlier this week in London and was a huge success.
Since launching the events in 2016, over 2,000 young women have attended to receive encouragement and guidance from industry experts on how to pursue careers and qualifications of their dreams within STEM fields. Monster Confidence will be hosting two further events this year across the UK where unemployment and is at its highest and social mobility at its lowest – Teesside and Peterborough.
The girls, aged between 14 and 18, will get to experience the following:
To give young women confidence and inspiration, they will also hear from some of the UK’s most influential women in technology. This year’s speakers range from GCHQ and Westfield, as well as Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE Co-founder of Stemettes and Professor Kerensa Jennings, Member of the IoC Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Board. Jacinda Fahey, Head of Project & Programme Management at G-Research, will also be giving a talk, as will Eve Lee from The Digital Fairy.
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