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Inspire with STEMAspire: A Mentees Perspective

first_imgIn October 2018, Dell EMC Glasgow launched their second 12-month mentoring program called STEMAspire. The program is aimed at undergraduate females from the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, and is focused on providing them with support that enables them to finish their education and progress on to the world of work.Molly Nock, one of Glasgow’s STEMAspire mentees is studying Digital Design and Web Development at the City of Glasgow College. Molly tells us that she is thrilled to be part of the program and has become more confident as a result.Meet Molly “Since joining the program, my long-term aspirations and goals have never been clearer. I have received so much support and encouragement from my mentor and other mentees.”“The quarterly events held at the Dell offices have covered workshops on technical skill development and personal growth. I particularly enjoyed, the CV building workshop from the last quarterly event. It really opened my eyes to how I can best come across during an interview.“My mentor Cheryl Craig has taught me to have the confidence to put myself forward for opportunities that will benefit me in my career. I have also learned that it is ok to say no, staying true to who I am and what I want even though it may scare me.”“I recently joined a student association at my college called STEMGirls. It was created by one of the other STEMAspire mentees, who was inspired by Dell’s program. Through STEM GIRLS, female students can speak to other people who share similar experiences in a safe space. A space where there is no judgement or intimidation. A place where we can help and support each other.”“So far, being part of the program has been a really positive experience. Knowing that I’ll have a place in the tech industry without the feeling of intimidation or dismissal is only just the start – above that, there is so much more opportunity for every woman to grow within STEM.”last_img read more

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Allders chooses McAlpine for £20m site

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Results of Wednesday’s games in the Lime National Basketball League played at the Massacre Hard Court.

first_imgNewsSports Results of Wednesday’s games in the Lime National Basketball League played at the Massacre Hard Court. by: – July 14, 2011 Share Sharing is caring! This game was restarted with 3:05 left to go in the 3rd Quarter after rain had interrupted play during its originally scheduled date of June 23rd. Down 11 points at the beginning of the restart in the 3rd quarter, the Pros stormed back into the game, eventually tying the game then taking a 56 to 53 lead. The final 2 minutes of the game saw three lead changes, with the Prowlers gaining the upper hand after the Pros missed 2 crucial technical freethrows then turning the ball over on their following possession when they had a 58 to 56 lead. On the Prowlers next possession, National Team Player Junior Isles made a strong drive to the basket to tie the game at 58 points. After failing to convert on their next possession, the Pros were forced to foul Junior Isles who calmly sunk both free throws to win the game for his team 60 points to 58. Top scoring for the Prowlers were Junior Isles with a game high 18 points, Ronald Bruno with 12 points, and Matthias Douglas with 11 points while Ramal Carbon scored 15 points, Ernand Lavernier scored 9 points, and Craig Angol scored 8 points for the Pros in a losing effort.Games continue tonight with the following 2 games being played in Massacre:Game 1-7.00pm – Massacre Black Hawks vs. T.F Grand Fond Ball TricksReferees – S. Stowe and H. JulianGame 2- 9.00pm – Pichelin Pistons vs. Ian Douglas PatriotsReferees – A. Morris and D. BurtonDamien SorhaindoDABA Treasurer Game 1 7pm: Kubuli/Vitamalt Division 1 – Morne Prosper Ballers vs Malta India MarauderzIn what turned out to be a keenly contested game, the winless Maraurderz produced a valiant effort to obtain their highest score of the season, 69 points. However, this was not enough to overcome the fast breaking Ballers team who capitalized on several turnovers by the Marauderz down the stretch to win the game by the final score of 83 points to 69. Top scorers for the Ballers were Lyndel Mayers with 18 points, Emile Cadeau with 16 points, and Ursan Mitchell with 15 points while Michael Lee had a game high 24 points and Augustus Juliana scored 16 points, and Lemuel Williams scored 9 points for the Marauderz in a losing effort. Game 2 9pm: Domlec Premier Division – TR Prowlers vs. Dragon Stoute Pros Tweet Share Share 27 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

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