SATRO is delighted to announce the support of Guildford Borough Council in its programmes for young people. Following the move of SATRO back to their roots at the Surrey Research Park where it all started 30 years ago, SATRO are thrilled to have Guildford Borough Council’s support to enable them to continue its work to inspire young people about their future careers in science, technology, engineering and maths.
Beccy Bowden, CEO, SATRO said, “SATRO’s mission is to inspire young people in the area about their future careers, being based at the heart of the Research Park has enabled us to link young people directly to some of the outstanding world-class businesses we have here in Guildford. There is a huge demand for young people with the right skills and we are delighted to be helping develop the next generation of inventors and entrepreneurs for Surrey.”
|Chris Burchell, Local Economy Manager, Guildford Borough Council with
Beccy Bowden, CEO, SATRO, Cllr Gordon Jackson and Deputy Mayor Cllr Nikki
Nelson-Smith attend The Problem Solving Challenge, George Abbot School.|
Cllr Gordon Jackson, Lead Councillor for Economic Development at Guildford Borough Council said, "We are delighted to support SATRO in their work with local schools. Guildford is a centre for digital innovation and it is crucial to ensure that young people have the right skills to support employers' requirements. We hope events like these will inspire young people to look at alternative career paths that require expertise in areas such as science, technology, engineering and maths."