Igniting Your STEM Career Potential

12 September 2024

The everywoman STEM Early Careers Day returns on 12 September 2024.

Now in its 5th year, the STEM Early Careers Day brings together a wealth of both final year STEM students and those in the first two years of their career, for a day that connects them with potential future employers. 

With only 1 in 3 STEM roles being occupied by women globally, the event provides students with inspiration, access to mentors and career opportunities along with practical steps for advancing their career. For employers it provides access to a group of ambitious women looking forward to kicking off their STEM career.  All available online to make it easy for all those based in the UK to join. 

Following feedback from students and employers alike that September enables more students to access early year programmes within corporates, we are delighted to announce the move to 12 September for the programme this year. 

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Meet the Speakers

Meet the Speakers

We are delighted to assemble a lineup of influential voices at the forefront of the tech industry, ready to inspire, engage, and enlighten.
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2023 Highlights​

Why attend?

The STEM Early Careers Day offers you the chance to listen to insights from influential male and female tech leaders and to network with top tech employers and mentors.

Sign up today for:

  1. Inspiring role models sharing insights on new tech development and pushing boundaries.
  2. Discussions on making an impact in STEM from various perspectives.
  3. Exploration of how cutting-edge tech will shape future STEM jobs.
  4. Interactive panel sessions offering guidance on landing and maintaining STEM dream jobs.
  5. Employer perspectives on enhancing chances of success in STEM careers.
  6. Insight into future STEM career prospects.
  7. Group mentoring sessions facilitating mentorship opportunities for attendees.
  8. Networking opportunities for attendees to connect with mentors and students.

Don’t miss our mentor match making!

Meet potential mentors or mentees in this informal networking session designed to pair you up with somebody who could make a significant difference to your tech career.

Register for free now for 2024 everywoman in STEM Early Careers Day.

2024 Speakers Include

Pamela Maynard


Cheryl Razzell

UKIR Head of Compute Solution Architecture,
Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Dr Kari Dempsey


Simana Paul,

Vice President of Engineering,

2024 Partners & Sponsors

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