For Employers

Are you looking to hire diverse talent? We run graduate careers events and offer digital marketing services which promote jobs aimed at STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) students and recent graduates who identify as women or non-binary. Companies can exhibit at online, hybrid and in-person careers events that are targeted by location and/or industry sector. We also run bespoke single company events, offer a job board service with sourcing functionality, digital marketing and can provide a candidate shortlisting service.

Build a diverse pipeline

Our STEM Women online community

We have held over 60 careers events, covering the UK, Ireland, Benelux, Germany, Australia and New Zealand, which has helped us to grow our global community. We promote inclusivity in all its forms and are proud that 65% of attendees answering a question relating to ethnicity identified as BAME, with 18% stating they were members of the LGBTQ+ community.

The most common courses our attendees were studying during our autumn 2022 events were Computer Science, Data or Mathematics related (32%) followed by Engineering (17%). Our community is made up of students studying or recently graduated from an undergraduate, masters or PhD course. Of our autumn 2022 event attendees, 38% were in their final year with 35% in their penultimate year, 18% in an early year and 9% already graduated.

Why work with STEM Women?

STEM Women can help graduate employers to attract applicants from traditionally “male dominated” courses, such as engineering and computer science. Our job board, sourcing tools and events make it easy for employers to promote their roles and raise their brand awareness.

Exhibit at an Event:

Sign up to an online, hybrid, or physical event, network with attendees, deliver presentations and promote graduate opportunities.

Use our Digital Services:

Post your roles on our careers portal, source and message STEM Women community members, feature in our newsletter, write a guest blog or post on our social channels.


STEM Women events held online or face-to-face since 2018.


Companies have exhibited at a STEM Women event.


Students have registered online and signed up for an event.

Calling all employers! Are you looking to build your talent pipeline?

Employers can exhibit at our upcoming regional and sector specific events, post jobs on our website and reach out to relevant candidates using our sourcing feature.

How do our online events work?

Our online events are hosted on the STEM Women events platform. Exhibiting companies will set up a virtual stall and engage with attendees via webchat, with the option to progress conversations to video call. They can also assign chats to suitable representatives based on the students’ CV/bio. One of the main benefits of our online events is the online talent function, which allows recruiters to source for candidates, filtering event attendees by course, university, and skills. Recruiters can then reach out to these chosen candidates and initiate a webchat. Employers opting for the speaker package will also deliver a live presentation and have a representative on the panel, which will be streamed onto our event platform.

How do we source our event attendees?

We use a range of different avenues to source our event attendees and grow our STEM Women community. From our established internal database of candidates to our specialist sourcing team, and digital marketing campaigns, we have built up a comprehensive process which has enabled us to continue to increase our event sign up numbers year on year. Alongside our inhouse methods, we also work closely with universities, societies, likeminded organisations, and advertising agencies to attract our target attendees. If you’d like to find out more about our processes, please get in touch with us!

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