Inspiring girls with People Like Me

People Like Me

To meet WISE’s commitment to engage more girls to consider studies and careers in STEM – and reach 200,000 girls in the next 5 years; WISE has created a new interactive game to help girls find rewarding careers in STEM; where girls will be happy and successful. This new interactive game is called My skills my life.

More info can be found on our My Skills My Life page

A REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO ENGAGING GIRLS WITH CAREERS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHS (STEM).

ROLE MODELS

Rosie Miller

Investigator | Developer | Entrepreneur 

“I get to meet a variety of people on a daily basis and learn new things from them everyday.”

Rosie is a logical person who uses her persistence to tackle engineering problems on a daily basis. Her efficiency and reliability mean people depend on her to investigate any problems that the team faces.

THE 12 TYPES OF SCIENTIST

EXPLORER

  • Inquisitive and practical, often quite competitive
  • Likes to be the first to know something and to
    understand why and how things happen
  • Good at reading, searching out information and
    experimenting
  • Likes to work alone but good at listening to
    other people’s ideas
  • Likes to concentrate on a particular topic and to
    solve puzzles

PEOPLE LIKE THIS WORK IN

Universities or hospital laboratories or for charities, to
understand why things happen or how things work

JOBS

IT Support, Test Engineer, Astronomer, Research
Assistant, Research Chemist, Geneticist, Research
Veterinary Scientist, Pharmacist, Zoologist, Geologist,
Cosmologist, Professor

I thought the webinar was fantastic and felt really motivated and inspired afterwards. I have a session booked in July at a girls school and even though it isn’t specifically a people like me event, there was so much useful information in the webinar that I can use. Things like girls relating to failure more, keeping their options open, being more in the know about post GCSE options etc.

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