Join Women Leaders in Technology, Science, Engineering, and Innovation as they discuss on empowering Young Women and Girls in STEM
About this Event
Girls and women face multiple challenges that compromise their education opportunities. One area of longstanding concern is the low rate of female participation in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and Innovation (STEMi) education and consequently STEM careers. This is a major concern, as STEM careers are often called ‘jobs of the future,’ driving social and personal well-being, inclusive growth and sustainable development, through innovation and creativity. As we commemorate the International Day of the Girl Child, we are hosting a Web conference with the commitment to addressing the challenges, biases, dangers and injustices young women and girls deal with all over the world and in STEM fields.
Join Bianca Cefalo (UK), Stephanie Okeyo (Kenya), Mervin Azeta (Nigeria) and Mehiret Walga (Ethiopia); four powerful women in STEM discuss opportunities that young women and girls can embrace in STEM.
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* Navigating through job opportunities in STEM.
* To become self-reliant and confident.