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Girls into Science, Engineering, Technology and Maths NEED to know about “Stemettes”STEM
If you are a girl interested in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM), then you need to know about STEMETTES!
You may or may not know that there is a shortage of women working in STEM careers. Stemettes aims to inspire the next generation of females to get into STEM careers by showing them the amazing women already in STEM via a series of panel events, hackathons, exhibitions, and mentoring schemes.
Head over to their website to find out more www.stemettes.com
Watch the video on The STEMette Life:
There are so many exciting opportunities for a career in STEM, and more and more women are joining the industry! STEM education is becoming increasingly important in developing solutions for complex problems in the modern world.
In the 21st century, STEM education helps you develop crucial technical skills to navigate the modern online world. Skills such as digital literacy are essential to learning and working in a world mostly reliant on technology. Additionally, critical thinking, collaboration and continuous learning are some of the most in-demand future skills that you can learn from a career in STEM.
The jobs of the future will require an entirely new set of skills to solve the world’s complex problems. If this is something you are interested in, you can find out more about the different jobs of the future by reading our blog.
In conclusion, if you are considering a career in STEM, you have many options to choose from. You could become a roboticist, software developer or even an aerospace engineer! The possibilities are endless, and the choice is yours.
If you’re unsure what career path is right for you, GT Scholars holds an annual Careers Day where you can learn first-hand from young professionals in various fields how they found their career and reached their aspirations. Visit our website to watch for the next Careers Day or our other impactful enrichment days and programmes.