We inspire today’s girls in education to become tomorrow’s women in tech


Only 26% of the UK tech industry are women

Here's how we're changing that!


girls have experienced a career in tech through our work experience placements and events so far


secondary schools around the UK have signed up to work with us


of work experience participants have been motivated to pursue a career in tech

Naamua, 2017 & 2018

Geneva, 2018

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Remsha, 2016

Success Stories

“I already had a strong interest in coding and the placements helped to reassure me that this was the direction I wanted to go in. I just completed a Computer Science degree and I've started a software engineering graduate programme with Tesco.”
“My experiences through Next Tech Girls helped me see myself having a career in technology and allowed me to be more confident in my choices coming out of sixth form. I'm now working for Jaguar Land Rover as a software engineering degree apprentice.”
“Since my placement with Next Tech Girls I've graduated with First Class Honours in Computer Science. For postgraduate, I will be going for PGCE teacher training for Computing in hopes of being able to introduce more young girls to the world of tech.”


Digitas are a digital agency, with clients including EE, Samsung, Expedia and Glastonbury Festival. They've hosted groups of girls for work experience placements and co-hosted online and in-person events, collecting insights from thousands of teenagers to share with their clients and improve their products.

Visit Digitas' website

Makers were Europe's first coding bootcamp and they're now the UK's largest technical apprenticeship provider. They believe tech is for everyone and have graduates working for companies like Meta, Google and Apple. They've hosted online and in-person events to inspire our community.

Visit Makers' website

REGnosys are a fintech start up who have worked hard to increase their representation of women. The women of REGnosys share their career journeys and advice with our community on social media, simultaneously boosting exposure of REGnosys's brand and career opportunities.

Visit REGnosys' website

Mercator Digital are a tech consultancy supporting organisations across the public and private sector with their digital transformation. The women of Mercator Digital will share their experiences and career paths with our community via social media and an online event for International Women's Day 2024.

Visit Mercator Digital's website

Government Digital Service (GDS) exists to make digital government simpler, clearer and faster for everyone. They've hosted groups of girls for work experience placements and recently co-hosted an online event for Ada Lovelace Day, inspiring and collecting insights from over 800 teenagers.

Visit GDS's website

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Our Story

Next Tech Girls is an award-winning social enterprise set up by tech recruitment agency Empiric in 2016 to tackle the skills and gender gaps in the tech industry.

We partner with companies and educational institutions to run inspiring tech-focused events and work experience placements for teenage girls, with a focus on those from lower income or ethnic minority backgrounds.

By showcasing diverse women in tech as relatable role models and giving girls hands-on experience and insights into a career in tech at a critical age, when studies show their interest tends to drop off, we are shaping their futures and the future of the tech industry. 

Next Tech Fest @ Makers, August 2023

Lyst, August 2023

Sky workshop, August 2023

LSEG, May 2023

Digitas, January 2023

Splash Damage, February 2023

GDS, February 2023

Atos, February 2023

LSEG, May 2023

Google, December 2022

Splash Damage, February 2023

GDS, February 2023

Makers online event, October 2022

Digitas, January 2023

Makers online event, October 2022

NBCUniversal, July 2022

NBCUniversal, July 2022

NBCUniversal, July 2022

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