provides opportunities of empowerment and development to young women affected by socioeconomic barriers, and inspire them to start a business in the STEM sector.

The high quality practical resources produced by the 4 partners in the FA ST consortium are used to increase a wide set of competences , necessary to compete in the actual labour market ( STEM literacy, soft and entrepreneur skills ) while offering a substantial and comprehensive support to those willing to start a business in the STEM sector (fast prototyping, business planning).


Women / business specific - social, cultural attitudes, lower levels of entrepreneurial skills , smaller and less effective entrepreneurial networks and policy frameworks; young women with a migrant background face barriers connected to their cultural background and often the language. Women / STEM specific - inequality in how men and women are treated in STEM jobs, minor encouragement from parents and teachers resulting in a shift of interest in fields in which they feel more confident lack of practical experiences during school, a lack of understanding of concrete applications that show what they could accomplish through training and professional paths in the STEM field







On the 20th of January 2021, the FA-ST Consortium conducted its 2nd Virtual Project Meeting

A.ST is active, alive and kicking and we're so proud of our progress!!! 


We've been busy!

This is the 1st Newsletter of project FA-ST (Fast prototyping and entrepreneurial skills to promote female founded start-ups in STEM). The project is funded through the Erasmus Programme mechanism KA205 - Strategic Partnerships for youth.


The 2nd FA-ST project meeting (Erasmus+ KA2 Youth) takes place online

Our second meeting (TPM) occurred on the 7th of May 2020.The meeting was conducted using the Blackboard Collaborate Platform.