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Read about the impact of our campaign in ‘Inspiring Women: the story so far’ IW Campaign Summary Digital Read the Inspiring Women campaign section in the London Evening Standard(published 16th October 2014) for the campaign’s first birthday here: Inspiring Women ES PDF You can read, follow and contribute your volunteering stories to the Inspiring Women campaign blog: https://itfinspiringwomen.wordpress.com/ The Inspiring Women campaign in partnership with the Ministry of Defence hosted a flagship ‘career speed networking’ event on 12 January at the Mo D headquarters in Whitehall London.There were 25 women representing a wide range of careers in the defence industry talking with 100 state school girls about their jobs and experiences.
The even was closed by Air Vice-Marshal Elaine West CBE, the highest ranking female in the British Armed Forces.The Inspiring Women campaign in partnership with MOBO hosted a flagship ‘career speed networking’ event in the Royal Albert Hall on 9 September 2015.It saw 35 women representing a wide range of careers in the music industry talk with 200 state school girls about their jobs and experiences.Career speed networkers included; singer and pop icon Sandie Shaw, Radio DJ Sara Cox, Kanya King, CEO and Founder of MOBO and Strictly Come Dancing 2015 contestant and broadcaster Katie Derham.The Inspiring Women campaign already has nearly 20,000 amazing women ready to talk with girls in state schools about the ‘job they do’ and route they took.Our campaign has women from a wide range of occupations going into schools, who over the next year, will collectively be talking to over 250,000 young women.
Our volunteers may be asked by teachers to take part in ‘career speed networking’ events, informal classroom talks, enterprise activities or careers fairs with students.
JOIN US by pledging one hour a year to change young lives by volunteering to talk with girls in school.
Register here – whatever your job, career or life stage!
You can be an 18 year old Apprentice or a CEO, work for yourself or for a multi-national, be working full-time, part-time or having a career break – girls in state schools want to hear about your job, career and life experiences.
We need to bring about significant culture change so that it becomes commonplace that girls, wherever they live and whatever their social background, get the chance to meet a wide range of people doing different jobs.
Watch our video Inspiring Women: What’s it about and how does it work?