How NTG is Creating Tomorrow's Talent
At a time when the UK tech industry is desperate for talent, the current stats around gender parity simply make no sense.
We decided to combine our recruitment skills and our networks to make a practical, material impact to effect change. We identified work experience as an underutilised platform that has proven effective at inspiring and informing girls about a future in tech whilst also providing companies with the opportunity to engage with the future talent pool.
The positive feedback from both businesses and work experience girls has been amazing and brings us one step closer to achieveing our goal of inspiring thousands of girls to pursue a tech career, increasing the overall talent pipeline.
NTG delivers a free CSR initiative to departments, facilitating and providing meaningful work experience placements across numerous industry sectors.
Here's How You Can Support Next Tech Girls
Could your office make room for one of our Next Tech Girls?
We’re on the hunt for employers who want to offer girls great work experience opportunities in their technology departments.
This could be shadowing anyone from UX designers and digital strategists to developers and coders.
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Research shows that the level of interest in tech subjects wanes in girls after year 10. We want to change that.
Sign your school up to the initiative and help us keep the passion for tech alive. We provide year 10-12 girls with valuable, eye-opening work experience opportunities, letting them experience the true tech environment for themselves before the stereotypes set in.Contact Us
How would you like your daughter to be the next Elon Musk?
If you have a girl with a passion for STEM or even just a curiousity to know more, we can help expand her horizons with some of the biggest and best names in tech. Get in touch today to find out about our upcoming opportunities.
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For more information on how Next Tech Girls can support your CSR and diversity goals please contact Steve Brown on 0203 597 4466.