West Midlands

Graduate Events West Midlands

At STEM Women, we’re on a mission to address the gender imbalance.

We organise inspiring graduate careers events for female students every year in the West Midlands. They are designed specifically for students and graduates who are looking to start careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics industries.

Female students will have the chance to meet face-to-face with potential employers, hear from inspirational keynote speakers, engage in panel discussions with women working in the industry and network with companies looking to solve the gender imbalance in their companies.

We also run sector-specific events for graduates with commercial experience. Become a STEM Women member today and be the first to hear about all of our upcoming careers events and sector-specific fairs.

Following our West Midlands careers fairs, many graduates have been fast-tracked to assessment days and offered roles within their chosen industry.

Our events are usually held in Birmingham, however, we also offer coaches from both Coventry and Warwick for students travelling from outside the city.

Are you an employer? Exhibit at our next event…

Our events provide employers with the opportunity to meet with hundreds of female STEM students and introduce their graduate opportunities.

We offer various pricing options and companies have the chance to speak at our events, list their job roles online and reach out to the attendees immediately after an event.

For further information please email employers@stemwomen.co.uk 

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As well as the West Midlands careers fairs, we are also hosting similar careers events across the UK that are perfect for female STEM graduates. With events in Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Dublin and London, there’s plenty of opportunities to come along. Check out our event page to find your local event.

You can also become a STEM Women member and join a growing community of female STEM students. www.stemwomen.co.uk