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BigAmbition is part of e-skills UK, an collaboration of industry leaders aimed at attracting teenagers, between the ages of 14 and 19, to the tech sector.  The site has information on role models in the IT sector, tech companies, apprenticeships, competitions, and girls in technology.

publicado el:08/07/14
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Brunel University London offers forty scholarships for Home/EU applicants to complete a MSc course in Engineering (including Computer Communication Network and Embedded Systems engineering, among other courses), covering both the MSc course fees and a living allowance.

publicado el:12/06/12

Computer Clubs for Girls (CC4G) – a fun way to inspire and motivate 9 to 14 year old girls with, and through, ICT. Featuring girl-centric topics like music, fashion and celebrity, CC4G develops skills through games and challenges.

Students gain an insight into the relevance of IT and a better understanding of career options from real-world examples and interaction with employers. e-skills UK has worked with employers, as well as educational professionals, to ensure CC4G supports girls in developing the IT skills that will equip them for working life.

Django Girls is a non-profit organization founded in Poland that seeks to bring more women into the IT industry. The organization strives to make technology more approachable for women by teaching technology skills in a friendly environment.  They organize one-day workshops on Python and Django around the world.

Visit Django Girls AmsterdamDjango Girls Nairobi, and Django Girls Dublin for information from the organization's chapters.

publicado el:01/01/12
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Tech products for girls. Since 1999 Girl Tech® has been committed to creating real electronic products for girls ages 8-12. These products are relevant to today's tech savvy girls, they entertain trend setters with cool features, they are authentic in look and play, and they fit the lifestyle of today's on the move tweens.

Offers full tuition, stipend, mentoring and other support for women pursuing Honours, masters and PhD study at South African universities.

publicado el:10/07/12
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Reading Room is an international award winning Forrester Wave™ Top 10 Interactive Agency that delivers excellence in client user experience upon leading web technology platforms since 1996.

Reading Room is headquartered in London with offices in Manchester, Brisbane, Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore, and has more than 200 staff.

We create leading digital communication and technical solutions for a wide range of clients across varying sectors including Government, Not for profit, Healthcare, Financial Services, Business to Business, Arts and Leisure, and Consumer.
 

Over the last 15 years we've developed an end-to-end service model that allows us to produce the highest quality work fast, on schedule, and on budget. Everything we do is focused on the user and on practical ways to deliver value for money.
 

Reading Room provides a broad range of digital services including:
• Design and implementation of websites, mobile sites and native mobile apps
• Digital user research
• Usability services
• Digital strategy consultancy including web, mobile and social strategies
• Creative user experience design
• Best of breed implementation of:
• Web Content Management (CMS)
• Customer Experience Management (CXM)
• Social media monitoring and management
• Hybrid and native mobile apps
• Metrics & Measurement, SEO, Email & Social Media digital marketing services
 

We lead in digital strategy as an end to end services agency providing clients with consulting, technical and creative services on all aspects of their digital communications.

publicado el:01/01/12
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SET for Sport: London 1908, 1948, 2012
100 Years of Sport Innovation: Showcasing How Science Has Transformed Sport
Portia is pleased to announce the launch of the first event in our latest project, “SET for Sport: London
1908, 1948, 2012”.

This new project will use sport and the attention on the London Olympic Games to inspire and engage
young people with SET by showcasing the many ways in which science can interact with sport, and how it
has revolutionised both sport equipment and performance over the years.

With the support of IMechE, ICE, The Learning Trust, Hackney Technology and Learning Centre and the
Hackney 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Unit, Portia Ltd will organise an exhibition linking engineering
to both the past and the forthcoming London Events. ICE will cover infrastructure and IMechE technology
and engineering in sport.
 

publicado el:10/07/14
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An annual award to encourage more women to reach Chartered Engineer status.  Nominations are due at the end of July.

publicado el:21/07/14

The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) carries out the following activities:

  • Provides the Doris Gray Scholarship for women studying engineering in Scotland who intend to study or are studying an HND, Degree, or PhD in Scotland, who have financial difficulties beyond the normal circumstances, and who intend to work as an engineer in Scotland/the UK after completion of their course
  • Awards the annual Karen Burt Memorial Award to encourage women to reach Chartered Engineer Status (nominations are due at the end of July)
  • Hosts the WES Female Student Conference: Engineering Inspiration, 14-15 November, at Aston University Birmingham
  • Holds a National Women in Engineering Day (NWED), 23 June
  • Helps set up student networks
  • And has cluster groups which hold local events