STEM

FemSTEM Coaching – Recruitment, Retention and Progression Coaching for Women in STEM

20 December 2019    By Babett Csokán

There is a significant lack of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and the FemSTEM Coaching project aims to bridge the soft skills gender gap in STEM, by providing women with tools and techniques to develop their confidence and soft skills through a…

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EUMentorSTEM

5 January 2018    By Babett Csokán

The objective of the EUMentorSTEM project is to develop a mentoring programme for international women with a STEM background (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). The project also aims to create a training programme for trainers working with this target group. All project partners are members…

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3D4VET

4 December 2017    By Babett Csokán

3D Printing for Manufacturing project aims to develop training for organisations on the potential of 3D printing, Inova will develop an online mentoring programmme.  3D4VET, standing for 3D printing for Vocational Education Training, mainly aims at developing innovative curricula based on the usage of new digital…

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GenderIT

17 August 2017    By Carolyn Usher

Fostering gender-mainstreaming in VET for the ICT sector. The Gender-IT project aims identify and contribute to gender-mainstreaming in Vocational and Educational Training (VET) practices in the ICT sector. Its specific objective is to build a sustainable multistakeholder network at a European level which will actively…

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Eye Mobility

17 August 2017    By Carolyn Usher

European Young Engineers of the Future (EYE) will provide engineering students from the Sheffield College (UK) with a relevant, meaningful & quality work experience in a leading German engineering firm in order to meet training needs based on their course broaden horizons & develop strong…

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Tackling Stereotypes

17 August 2017    By Carolyn Usher

The aim of Tackling Stereotypes is to analyze on a European level the barriers that women encounter in their promotion and professional development in the field of science and technology, and to propose actions aimed at removing them. The project is led by members of…

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Equalitec

17 August 2017    By Carolyn Usher

Equalitec seeks to address gender inequality in the Information Technology, Electronics and Communications (ITEC) industries by providing services and resources to individuals and organisations for more effective implementation of diversity policies. Equalitec started operating in 2001 as a project of Portia (sister company) funded by…

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Female Engineers Pushing Innovation

17 August 2017    By Carolyn Usher

FEPIC relies upon two main keywords: creativity and leadership. These aspects focus on the person's professional potential to provide new directions and changes from the bottom upwards. Creative thinking is crucial for innovation, which in turn results in increased competitiveness. Varying positive role models can…

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SET4change

17 August 2017    By Carolyn Usher

Set4change is a European Commission funded Life-Long Learning programme with the aim of supporting the wider participation of women working in the fields of Business, Science, Engineering and Technology to enter the field of Social Entrepreneurship and make a real difference in the world. The…

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Mind the Gap Career Circle – The Sheffield College

16 August 2017    By Carolyn Usher

In 2015, Inova and The Sheffield College ran a set a Career Circles with female Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) students as part of an Erasmus Plus funded project called 'Mind the GAP'. The project was aimed at promoting STEM studies to young women…

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