Winners of "Outstanding Contribution to work in STEM"
Updated: Mar 10
Friday 6th March saw Learn by Design take to the stage and receive the "Outstanding Contribution to work in STEM".
The awards, held at the Doubletree Hilton by Sheffield Park, S8 8BW, Derbyshire, brought together female talent from across Nottingham, Leicester and Derby and showcased the breadth of dedication that exists amongst women in these regions.
Titled "Enterprising Women Awards", East Midlands Chamber treated all the finalists with a Gala dinner and an evening to remember, as female entrepreneurial spirit was championed throughout the celebrations. Check out all the social media action on #ChamberEW
The award ceremony was hosted by Emma Jesson - TV's weather presenter and consisted of the following categories:
Social Commitment Award
Apprentice of the year
Female Employee of the Year
Female Entrepreneur of the Year
Team of the Year
Small Business of the year
Business Women of the Year
Outstanding contribution to work in STEM
Learn by Design are thrilled to have been finalists in the Social Commitment award and the winners of The Outstanding contribution to work in STEM with Director of programmes Louise Curd saying:
"Working in STEM is our bread and butter and the whole team work incredibly hard to ensure STEM is embedded into all our programmes." Louise Curd
The incredible staff that represent Learn by Design, in schools, everyday.
We would like to thank The East Midlands Chamber for the chance to take part in these awards and we look forward to entering again in 2021!
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