Choices, Chances, Changes

Choices, Chances, Changes

Choices, Chances, Changes

Choices, Chances, Changes

What is I Wish?

I WISH is a community committed to showcasing the power of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths to female secondary school students. We run outreach activities, mentorship programmes, further education programmes and showcase events reaching a global audience.

Inspiring & motivating young female students

STEM can change our world - help us harness the power of thousands of girls to shape a better world.

Solving the world’s problems through STEM

We have so many world problems to solve – food shortage, climate change, healthcare problems and infectious diseases.These will be solved through STEM.

Showcasing the power of STEM through our outreach activities

Showcase events, Campus weeks, Mentorship programmes, Internships, Externships, Alumni Circle, Primary programmes and so much more.

2022 Registrations

February 10th 2022
Registrations now open

Watch Back

I Wish 2021
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I Wish 2020 Video

Here is what happened at our 2020 live event
This Video is kindly Sponsored by Arup



85% of girls said that I Wish is an important source of information about careers in STEM.


95% of teachers said their students did benefit from attending I Wish


83% of girls that attended I Wish agree that role models are an effective way to inspire them.


85% of teachers said that confidence in ability when choosing leaving cert subjects was important.

I Wish Insights 2020

Here is what our speakers, students, sponsors and I Wish Alumni said at our 2020 event.
This Video is kindly Sponsored by Arup


Dell Technologies have strongly supported IWISH since its foundation – we see it as a terrific way to showcase at scale, the opportunities and role models that exist in STEM, at a crucial time for girls when they are making subject choices that will impact their future careers.

Marie Moynihan Senior Vice President & Global Talent Acquisition Dell Technologies


I really thought your panel of STEM careers and how these individuals got to where they are professionally was really great. Their personal stories of what they did and what they learned as they went through their journey was also valuable. It gave the students a sense that career paths are not always straight and one does not always know their trajectory.  



I Wish opened my eyes to a whole world of possibilities

TY Student