Image of a girl in a black coat with the words 'Bin Limitations', 'A girl AND a future scientist' and the hashtag 'embrace equity in steam'

From March 6th to March 10th, InnovateHer is hosting a daily virtual assembly for schools, as a way to celebrate both STEAM week and International Women’s Day.

The assemblies will feature inspiring role-models from STEAM sectors, who will speak to students about their career, and journey to where they are; in order to inspire students to take steps towards a future career they may have not have considered before.

The message from InnovateHer is clear: bin limitations and embrace equity, especially in STEAM sectors, so everyone has the same opportunity to succeed.

If you are a teacher or leader in a school and want to book a free assembly, please click here.


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