Current Programmes

Step into STEM


Step into STEM is a 7 month mentoring and work experience programme funded by BT, O2, Vodafone and Ericsson which gives 20 female students in London each a mentor from one of the four businesses. Students receive dedicated 1-2-1 time with their mentor who will help them gain employability skills and support with their academic studies. All students take part in a work experience week in the summer in all 4 businesses to gain a better understanding of the various opportunities available to them in the STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) sector. The aim of the programme is to encourage young girls to pursue a career in the STEM sector as currently women only make up 14% of all jobs.

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Salesforce Mentoring Programme

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The Salesforce Mentoring programme is a 6 week programme that provides 12 female students from various schools and colleges across London with a mentor from the business. During this programme mentors and mentees meet every week for an hour at the Salesforce Tower working on a structured programme that will help the student develop employability skills and excel in their academic studies. Students are also given a presentation challenge to work on and they deliver this during the last day of the programme with a winner getting a prize.

Girls Talk (Talk Show)


Girls Talk, is an online panel style talk show aimed at millennial women aged 18-34 due to there currently not being a single talk show on UK mainstream TV that appeals to this demographic. Led by 3 diverse co-hosts who make up the cosmopolitan mix of society Vanessa Sanyauke (CEO of Girls Talk London) Remel London (Sky1, BBC 1xtra) & Dean Quinton (Channel 4). This show is made for the everyday young woman in the UK and the 3 friends have open and honest conversation about current social media trends and have special guests and experts on fashion, beauty, work, relationships & life who give the viewer life hacks and tips to implement in their lives. This show rebrands what it means to be a girl in the UK and the hosts are non-judgemental advocates for women’s issues and rights.