Creative programme supporting young women aged 16-18 and non-binary people
Main image courtesy of STEMettes.
Future Legacy Project is back – a creative programme which supports young women aged 16-18 and non binary people to make a difference in the world by creating digital social action projects.
The programme is being run by Knowle West Media Centre and STEMettes between January and April. It provides the opportunity for participants to meet new people, learn new skills in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEAM) and increase their self-confidence.
Future Legacy Project brings together girls from London and Bristol to work on big ideas to create positive change.
During the programme the participants learn skills such as web development, photography, video, animation and product design. They work with mentors and have many opportunities to meet inspirational professional women.