At Lauriann's STEM Club we want to help introduce young women to the careers available in the STEM field
We promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in schools through outreach activities, events and workshops. Based in Bexley in London, we work with local schools throughout the area and can provide virtual programmes and face to face events.
Inspiring the younger generation to get involved with STEM
At Lauriann's STEM Club, we want to help narrow the gap between the number of men and the number of women who work within the STEM industries.
We aim to do this by encouraging young students, particularly those who are female or from minority ethnic backgrounds to pursue a career in science, technology and engineering. We promote diversity in these fields, and we want to present positive role models to help inform, inspire and motivate all students.
Lauriann's STEM Club is the brainchild of Lauriann Williams who is a passionate Civil Engineer who uses her own experiences to help support diversity in engineering. If you are a teacher, carer, parent or local business that want to get involved, please get in touch to find out more.
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School Outreach Programme
From interactive STEM workshops for secondary school children to careers advice and more
Creating awareness of diversity in STEM and providing exposure through community events
Online and face-to-face events held in Bexley and the local area that encourage parents to join the conversation
Get involved in the conversation when it comes to diversity in STEM
Whether you are a teacher looking for an engaging school activity, a parent looking for way to introduce your child to the opportunities within STEM or someone with an interest in just joining the conversation, we'd love to hear from you. At Lauriann's STEM Club, we welcome everyone and are always looking out for inspiring industry females to volunteer and help inspire the younger generation.