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Inspire taster courses for 15-16 year old's
Inspire taster courses for 15-16 year old's

Inspire taster courses for 15-16 year old's

If you're a young woman between age 15- 16 and still can't decide if a career in STEM is right for you, then why not attend an Inspire course?

University Taster Courses for 16-17 year olds
University Taster Courses for 16-17 year olds

University Taster Courses for 16-17 year olds with Headstart

If you're thinking about studying science or engineering at university but you're not sure which type of engineering or which science discipline you'd enjoy most, then the solution may be to go on a taster course to find out more.

Create your Future: Discovery Workshops for girls, parents and teachers
Create your Future: Discovery Workshops for girls, parents and teachers

Create your Future: Discovery Workshops for girls, parents and teachers

Attendees have an opportunity to find out about the wealth of exciting opportunities open to young people to work in engineering and construction and the different qualifications available. 

Sheffield High School
Sheffield High School

STEM Education and Outreach

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Girl Friendly Physics Teaching
Girl Friendly Physics Teaching

Girl friendly Physics teaching

Produced in partnership with Intel and the Institute of Physics, this website has been created specifically for teachers who want to help girls enjoy physics more in the classroom and follow physics related careers.

Not for people like me?
Not for people like me?

Not for people like me?

Date Published: 1 November 2014

When it comes to encouraging women into science, technology and engineering, we just haven’t got the messaging right. Most girls decide that jobs and careers in science are “not for people like me”.

101 jobs from science and maths’ poster

Date Published: 17 September 2014

Interested in Science, Engineering and Technology? Want to know what careers are available? Download the 101 Jobs from Science and Maths poster here

University Technical Colleges: Opening up new opportunities for girls
University Technical Colleges: Opening up new opportunities for girls

University Technical Colleges: Opening up new opportunities for girls

Date Published: 1 March 2014

This booklet was produced in March 2014 by WISE for the Royal Academy of Engineering with support from the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) and Women into Engineering and Technology (WiSET) at Sheffield Hallam University.

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