Maths4Girls Masterclasses

Our Maths4Girls role model volunteers share their career journey and give insights into what they do, how they got there, and how they use maths in their jobs.  Showcasing links to the maths curriculum, application of maths and careers education, we hope you enjoy these inspirational stories.

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Maths4Girls – The importance of Maths in any Career. Be inspired by listening to our successful business role models as they share their passion for maths and how they use it in their career as well as everyday life.

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Hear from our volunteers whose careers use the M in STEM. Join F4S Digital as we chat to Laura from eConsult & Rina from Citi Group.

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Join F4S and Julie Rotchell, Transformer Service Manager at Hitachi ABB Power Grids in a discussion about how and why her apprenticeship took her to the next step in her career.

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Clementine, Naufal and Oliver discuss their careers in engineering, computing and retail banking respectively. With links to infrastructure, quality education and justice.

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Sector: Engineering and construction; Computing, technology and communications; Banking and investment management
Sustainable Development Goal: Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure; Quality Education; Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

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Sarah works in accounting and Emma in computing. Emma has worked with companies improving climate change as well as health across Africa. Sarah has worked in sectors including prisons and probation.

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Sector: Insurance and Accounting; Computing, technology and communications
Sustainable Development Goal: Quality Education; Gender Equality; Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions; Good Health & Well Being; Decent Work and Economic Growth; Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure; Reduced Inequalities; Climate Action

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Sophie is an enthusiastic aeronautical engineer who changed career to run her own business to use maths to help solve problems such as fuel poverty, safe housing, and food banks.

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Sector: Transport and aeronautics (incl. pilots and astronauts); Computing, technology and communications
Sustainable Development Goal: Quality Education; Gender Equality

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Having an open mind about careers, and using their skills and things they enjoy doing in order to find a job, has enabled Rachel and Tory to have successful careers in the City and to be financially independent. Rachel works in accountancy, Tory in executive search, and both help businesses to succeed.

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Sector: Insurance and Accounting
Sustainable Development Goal: Gender Equality; Decent Work and Economic Growth

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Nyasha is an actuary using statistics and risk analysis to insure the insurers, and Lianne works in asset management.

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Sector: Insurance and Accounting
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Combine soft and hard skills, STEM and creativity. Emilia makes a positive change with inclusive design, Ayesa utilises fintech to allow trade between countries.

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Sector: Banking and investment management; Economics (government, industry, social and retail impacts)
Sustainable Development Goal: Decent Work and Economic Growth; Reduced Inequalities

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Nirmala is a software quality engineer and writes code to test websites and apps. She combines her experience of development and testing to make sure that banks' websites and apps are secure from fraud.

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Sector: Banking and investment management; Computing, technology and communications
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