STEM: Access for All

For World STEM Day 2023

Maintaining a workforce fit for the future

STEM skills are essential for the UK’s productivity and enabling access to all is key to maintaining a workforce fit for the future. Computer Scientist and co-founder of the Stemettes, Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE, is a thought leader in the tech space and a champion of diversity in STEM. In the programme we spoke with her about diversity and accessibility.

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Shaping finance as a force for good

Building a skilled and diverse STEM workforce enables Britain to continue to prosper in this sector. Lloyds Banking Group is investing £4bn in people, tech and data over the next three years, with a range of opportunities across tech & transformation. With 26 million customers and a desire to shape finance as a force for good, careers at Lloyds mean growing with purpose.

Promoting the development of the next generation

STEM talent is in greater demand, so it is more important than ever for companies to invest in their people and communities to prepare future generations for successful careers. With their engineering and manufacturing capabilities, Doncasters strive to develop the skills of their employees and promote the development of the next generation.

An accessible pathway for young people

As modern technology advances, roles in STEM are becoming increasingly more important to drive development and innovation. Ford Motor Company have set up a wide range of STEM programmes, opening up an accessible pathway for young people to learn and grow their careers with the company.

Creating a skilled and diverse workforce

A connection between education and industry are vital to inspire the next generation into STEM roles. STEM Learning’s vision is a world-leading STEM education for every young person in the UK, creating a skilled and diverse workforce. ITN Business sat down with their Chief Executive, Severine Trouillet to discuss the link between education, industry, and the STEM workforce, making STEM careers accessible for all, and what’s next for STEM Learning.

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