Female STEM students find their roots at Aerogility

12 Feb 2019

It’s no secret that the technology industry is incredibly male-dominated, and there are many groups, such as Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM), that actively look to change that – promoting science and technology to girls at school, and well as young adults looking to get into the industry.

Here at Aerogility, we are focused on supporting the women working within and alongside our organisation; in software development, finance and our marketing department.

This week we celebrated International Day of Women and Girls in Science (February 11), a day aimed at improving the underrepresentation of women in STEM fields. We asked our latest graduate software development recruit, Pippa Warren, about her journey into the industry:

“I’ve always known that computer science was the right field for me. The graduate programme at Aerogility has been a great start to my career because I’ve been able to jump straight in and quickly learn the ropes without any barriers. I would definitely recommend it to anyone wanting to get involved in — and be a valued member of — a software development team.”

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