Watch this space for more information and ticket booking later in the year.
Find out more about last year's event!
Young Women into STEM is a unique careers fair – it is for young people (and their families) to come along and learn about the endless possibilities of a career or job in Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths. The careers fair is an opportunity for you and your company to inspire the workers of tomorrow and encourage women and girls to consider STEM subjects, both for their education and future careers.
WISP is proud to say that we offer this opportunity completely FREE to both attendees and exhibitors, with over 300 visitors every year. If you work for a STEM related organisation then we would love for you to exhibit at the event! Places are limited, so register using the form below ASAP!
Arrangements are currently being made to repeat the event for its 4th year in 2020, so watch this space!
If you are an exhibitor you can now register your interest to attend for FREE here https://bit.ly/2oelGP7.
Attendee tickets will be released soon.
Run by tech industry professionals, the easy and interactive session will provide hands-on experience of programming using the BBC micro:bit.
“micro:bit is a tiny programmable computer, designed to make learning and teaching easy and fun!” https://microbit.org/
All equipment will be provided, and no prior experience is needed.
#GIRLCODE aims to encourage girls in the Plymouth area to consider careers in technology and software development.
Places are limited.
Come join us!
Why language matters for gender equality (generally and for your business)? The aim of this workshop is to empower SMEs to recruit/attract more women to their companies or events, by ensuring they are not unconsciously sending out the wrong signals.
This workshop is facilitated by Dr Lorna Dallas, Chair of WISP, in partnership with MESH, a local Communiversity and Projects Incubator. Don’t miss out and book your place!
By the end of this session, you should be able to:
- Understand that language can be a powerful barrier to women’s engagement with events, activities or jobs and give some examples of this.
- Recognise the importance of using both verbs and adjectives when describing events, activities or jobs.
- Recognise non-inclusive words in copy and come up with better alternatives.
- Understand what imposter syndrome is and what effect it has on the impact of advertising.
- Recognise sexist language and thus be empowered to stop it.
Find out more about the awesome work MESH do here.