The Future of Work

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February 4th 2021

What will the future of work look like for you?

Will it be full of virtual reality and automation and will it rely on a fully inclusive culture of amazing talent?
Will we need to re-imagine and re-boot?
Will efficiencies be achieved through working smarter not harder?
How will emerging tech or the gig economy be part of that or does the future of work rely on talent and organisations that stand for something?
Come and join our virtual networking event and join this riveting discussion with a fantastic panel.

The Future of work panel

The Power of a Mentor!
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31st March 2021

Successful people do not reach their goals alone so how can a mentor help you achieve yours?

STEMConnext invites a fantastic panel to discuss and share with you the power of having and being a Mentor.

A great mentor can challenge, guide and invest in you but a bad mentor can have the opposite effect. Come and find out how to choose the best mentor for you and how you can get the best out of a mentoring relationship.

 

The Power of a Mentor

Dates for your diary:

How to Get into Tech –  Thursday 20th May 2021

Come and join our experienced panel for tips and advice to enter the tech world or change careers.

The Importance of Diversity in AI – Thursday 8th July 2021 

Find out the challenges and very risks for the future if our AI is not developed diversely

Careers Night Thursday 23rd September 2021  Come and learn about different STEM roles: Open to Sixth formers, college and Uni students and parents, teachers and lecturers 

Young, Innovative & Awesome!Wednesday 17th November 2021 

Meet our emerging leaders who have broken down barriers to get where they are

STEMConnext Logo registered centre

NEW: Monthly Bookclubs

StemConnext has started a monthly bookclub

Books that have been / will be covered are:

  • ‘Becoming’ by Michelle Obama
  • ‘Invisible Women’ by Caroline Criado-Perez
  • ‘An American Marriage’ by Tayari Jones
  • ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ by Delia Owens
  • ‘Why I’m no Longer Talking to White People about Race’ by Reni Eddo-Lodge
  • ‘Be the Leader You Want to See’ by Susie Ramroop

Stemconnext Book Club