Auckland, New Zealand – 26 July 2019 – Year 5 and 6 girls at Freemans Bay School kicked off term three learning fraud detection techniques; discovering how digital convergence, Near Field Communications (NFC) and biometrics can simplify life, and uncovering how algorithms are everywhere. The day of hands-on activities was part of the Mastercard Girls4Tech …
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Auckland, 30 July 2018 – Term three is only one week down, but a number of year 8 girls at Rotorua’s John Paul College have already been immersed in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects through Girls4Tech™, a global Mastercard initiative. In its second year running in New Zealand, the Girls4Tech initiative aims to …
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Tweet: Findings from Mastercard’s Latest STEM Research show that 15 is the critical age when girls decide to pursue STEM. Read more: http://news.mstr.cd/2C5pt6B New Delhi, 19 February 2018 – In India, parental encouragement (46 percent) followed by teachers and counselors (13 percent) are the key reasons for girls to pursue a career in STEM, reveals the …
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Study shows that first-jobbers with a science, technology, engineering or math-related degree are likely to work in the same field Three in four STEM majors land their first job within six months after graduation SINGAPORE, 15 February 2018 – Mastercard has released the findings from the third edition of its STEM research, which explores the …
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Auckland, 9 February 2018 – Ahead of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Mastercard research has found an encouraging number of girls and young women have a passion for STEM. The third edition of the Mastercard STEM research surveyed more than 2,000 girls between the ages of 12-25 in the Asia Pacific region, exploring …
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