Girls in STEM

Women are currently underrepresented in STEM but are more than capable of excelling in all areas of STEM. Here we have compiled all our resources to help inspire young women to consider a career in STEM and introduce them to some female role models.

Girls in STEM

Girls in STEM Workshop

1 hour | Max. 40 Students | Year 8-11 | Virtual Option
This sessions explores the history of women in STEM and why we need more female scientists and engineers. The session also include WISE’s People Like Me quiz which highlight’s the girl’s strongest traits to show them that they have the ability to work in a STEM field if they want to.

The Girls in STEM Club

The Girls in STEM Club

The Girls in STEM Club is a new online space for young women to find all kinds of support, advice and inspiration around STEM education and careers. The club is set to launch in September 2021 and is exclusively for girls age 14+ and university students, staff and alumni.

Holmes Memorial Lectures: Women in STEM

The 2021 Holmes Memorial Lectures were on the topic of women in science, technology, engineering and maths. Part 1 is an adaptation of our Girls in STEM workshop. It uncovers the history of why women are underrepresented in STEM and explores why diversity is important. Part 2 features an inspirational group of female scientists and engineers sharing their experiences in STEM. Click here to find out more about the Holmes Lectures. You can view both lectures below:

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