STEM is an abbreviation for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. 

STEM IS FEM is an educational project that promotes STEM specialties among high school girls in Ukraine. Take part in our competition, become part of the community, and get a chance to win a prize that can change your future career already now!

We believe that girls can do whatever they want! And we know that behind every successful girl there are her equally successful girlfriends! Join us and prove that STEM IS FEM!


The module on "Construction and Architecture" takes place at the weekend, on October 17-18. The format (online or offline) of the event will depend on the epidemiological situation in the country. The competition for participation in the module lasts September 5 through October 5. Don't hesitate to take part!

Here are several simple steps to join STEM IS FEM:

  • If you are for the first time on the website, create an account by clicking the "Contest" button above on this page. If you already have an account, you can log in by clicking the same "Contest" button.
  • Once you create an account, you will get access to the competition, and all the following competitions as well.
  • Carefully read the instructions, be prepared, because the contest for each module can be passed only once.
  • Wait for an email. If there are too many contestants, we will have to make the second round of the competition. We will send you all the information accordingly.
  • Wait for your mail with an invitation to the webinar!
  • For two days, you will completely immerse yourself in the industry. You will meet women who are already working in the chosen field, you will have an opportunity to ask them your questions. You will be able to gain new knowledge of how the topic is evolving and what career prospects it offers. You will get some new practical skills. And, of course, you will participate in the second part of the competition, and if you win, it can become a new step on the path to the career of your dreams!
  • If you didn't manage to get to module this time, do not worry! You can always take part in the competition for the next module! To be updated, follow our social media pages!

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News

The Competition for Module "Construction and Architecture" Has Started!

The module is scheduled for October 17-18, during the weekend. Whether the venue is online or offline, it will depend on the epidemiological situation.

"The ball is in your court", - Sabrina Gildehaus on Mechanical Engineering module

Gildehaus CEO Sabrina Gildehaus left her job at a German giant company and moved to Kyiv. Here, she founded her own company that supports and invests in young Ukrainian fashion brands that lack sufficient capital and operational expertise to enter Western European markets. During the module on Mechanical Engineering, Sabrina told the participants of the venue about her way and what allows her to get to the top.

Olena Tareeva at the module on Mechanical Engineering: 'Weave a wreath of your life by yourselves'

The sixth STEM is FEM module on Mechanical Engineering passed in partnership with BMW Ukraine. Because of this, the girls could visit a car showroom, where they were told in detail about how the developing process of the car world today. And during the opening of the module, Olena Tareeva, Marketing Director at BMW Ukraine, talked to the participants.

Symphony of Production, Beauty of Welding and Test Ride: The Exciting Moments of the Module on Mechanical Engineering

The sixth module of the educational charity project STEM is FEM took place in Kyiv. The event was dedicated to mechanical engineering. It was attended by 30 girls from 13 cities of Ukraine.

Webinar Stem Is Fem: How to Write the Perfect Admission Essay

Essays and cover letters are required to enter foreign universities, participate in volunteer or educational projects, apply for exchange programs, receive a scholarship or grant, or find a job in an international company. Yulia Kondrushenko helped to understand how to write a text that will get the jury's attention.