We will be running 10 regional and sector specific careers fairs during Autumn 2020. We will also deliver a series of single company events!
Our 2020 regional events will be marketed to students studying at a university based within a designated area and will attract employers from many different industry sectors. There will be separate events covering South West and South Coast England and South Wales, Midlands, London and Home Counties, North West England and North Wales, North East England and Yorkshire, Scotland, Ireland and The Netherlands. We will also be running two sector specific events, aimed at students who are targeting careers within technology or financial services. All our events will provide employers with an opportunity to meet highly relevant students seeking internships, placements and graduate jobs
Our inaugural experienced hire event will enable employers to network with professionals working within the technology sector. We have been running graduate level events since 2018 and many of our community members are now early year professionals working within industry. Our event will combine keynote speakers, skill sessions and career networking. It will attract passive and active job hunters who will meet with relevant employers. To recieve the technology event guide, please fill out the form at the top of this page and select the technology event guide from the options.
We can provide a bespoke careers event for your company. You can let us know your preferred course split, graduation year, geographic locations and ideal numbers. We will then invite suitable students and set up a virtual event on your behalf. Your team can then chat to the attendees, conduct interviews via video call and deliver webinars introducing your different business areas. To recieve the bespoke event guide, please fill out the form at the top of this page and select the technology event guide from the options.
You can email or call us to request our event pricing, arrange a demonstration of our online portal or discuss your requirements in more depth.
Reach out to Lauren Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 151 236 8000.
STEM Women Background...
We work with employers who want to attract more applications from female university graduates in order to attain a more diverse workforce by hiring STEM Women. We help hiring managers in recruiting a diverse workforce by introducing graduate recruiters to our female STEM community. STEM Women runs events throughout the UK, Ireland and The Netherlands and we also offer a job board, CV search and applicant shortlisting service to help you hire STEM women.
Context: Why it is hard to hire STEM Women Graduates
There is a growing expectation for hiring managers to achieve a gender balanced graduate intake, whilst also attracting the strongest talent available and filling the required number of roles.
In some sectors, it is almost impossible to achieve ambitious hiring targets whilst also maintaining a gender balance. According to WISE, a community interest company that encourages women into STEM education and industries, for the third year in a row just 14% of engineering graduates are female and only 15% of computer scientists are female, down from 16% last year.
As a result, the competition to attract applications from talented female students is intense. Engineering, finance and tech focussed companies must take positive action in order to get women to apply for their graduate jobs and we are here to help them.
How to hire STEM Women
Positive Action: How we can help your company recruit female employees, hire STEM women and achieve gender equality in the workplace
We have grown a community of female students through developing relationships with university departments, social influencers and word of mouth.
Our STEM Women communities meet graduate employers at our physical and virtual events.
Options: STEM Women female recruitment packages to suit each company
For more information about how we can help you hire STEM women, contact us today on 020 3687 1004 or get in touch here.