The Stemettes are releasing a new documentary called Eat. Sleep. STEM. Repeat. They are inviting schools and organisations to host screenings for pupils and employees. Click here to register immediately.
If you have more time, read on to find out more: Eat. Sleep. STEM. Repeat. is a revealing documentary about young female tech entrepreneurs and their journey against shocking industry statistics:
- STEM industries are crucially missing key demographic – only 14% of those working in the UK’s STEM industries are women.
- The documentary is set at the first-of-its kind Outbox Incubator – a Dragon’s Den meets Big Brother house.
- We hear from future innovators about tech, entrepreneurship and why the industry has to change.
The film is a heart-warming exploration into what would happen to the world if more girls were to Eat. Sleep STEM. Repeat. Stemettes would love for your school to be an official host. They will provide the documentary for free.
Frequently asked questions:
Q: Will it really be free? Yes – the documentary is free to show.
Q: How long is the documentary? 30 minutes.
Q: How long will we need for a screening? Minimum of 45 minutes.
Q: Who is the documentary for? Eat. Sleep. STEM. Repeat. is for everyone.
If you decide to host a screening of documentary during Engineers Week, please submit the details on our website so that we can keep track of all the public engagement activities happening during the week.