The raw materials sector needs more women with STEM and ICT skills!
Women represent only 34% of STEM graduates and 17% of ICT specialists. To close the gender gap, an important EU education programme, led by EIT RawMaterials, was established in 2020: Girls Go Circular. The education initiative aims to attract more girls to STEM and ICT and foster greater gender equality in the raw materials workforce.
As part of this programme, Girls Go Circular is proud to announce the second edition of the Women and Girls in STEM Forum on 26 October 2022. This online discussion Forum will focus on Empowering Girls in Science and Technology.
More information and registration available here.