Wednesday, 18 March 2015


If you want a future career in Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths – check out these amazing websites:

1.  Tomorrow’s Engineers is a careers programme led by EngineeringUK and the Royal Academy of Engineering which aims to promote engineering to pupils aged 11-14.

2.  The Institute Of Physics and National HE STEM Programme have produced a series of short careers video clips to illustrate the breadth of options available to those who study physics at A-Level and beyond. Each clip is 5 – 8 minutes long, designed to appeal to 14-16 year olds, and is linked to the GCSE curriculum.

3.The Institute of Motor Industry’s main website has information on all things automotive, from the comprehensive career portal for advice to industry news and events, funding information and downloadable teaching resources.

4.   Future Morph is the Science Council's careers website and has been designed to show teachers, students, parents and careers staff some of the amazing and unexpected places that studying STEM - science, technology, engineering and maths - can take you.

5. BigAmbition is the go-to place for young people to find out more about a career in IT.

6.  Start your career journey with the National Careers Service

7. Gocracker is designed to encourage young people to study STEM subjects and to discover the exciting career opportunities available to them in the SET sector. Young people can find information and news about STEM subjects, industry sectors, apprenticeships, colleges, universities and leading employers.

8. Three Career Insight videos featuring technicians are now online. These videos can be used in careers talks or other activities focusing on technician careers. To access the videos on You Tube, please click here.

9. Women in Science & Engineering - Promoting female talent in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) from classroom to boardroom

10. Welcome to science career pathways,
designed with employers to introduce you to the huge range of job and career opportunities available in the science-based industries.

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