Motor Vehicle student Gemima Christodoulou-Peace is leading the drive against gender stereotyping in the workplace.
Gemima is campaigning with Fixers, a charity which gives young people aged 16-25 a voice, to encourage others to pursue a career that they enjoy and not to be put off by gender stereotypes. Gemima has produced a film with Fixers where she encourages people to ignore the employment stereotypes.
Gemima states, “These stereotypes can be dangerous and limit a person’s potential from an early age.”
“It doesn’t matter what gender you are, if you have a passion for something, get out there and go for it.”
She will be visiting schools and colleges to show her film and educate students about employment and further study opportunities open to students regardless of stereotypes.
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