STEM Ambassadors help illuminate career paths at a virtual careers fair

STEM Ambassadors: Illuminating Careers - virtual careers event

From 1 - 5 March, as part of National Careers Week, the STEM Ambassador Programme is running an online virtual careers fair in partnership with AECOM and the STEM Ambassador Hub at the Science and Industry Museum.

Update: the link for the virtual careers fair is now online, using the link:  http://stem.exhibition.app. The fair will open at 8am on Monday 15.

We will be joined by 25 national employers showcasing careers in a variety of sectors from healthcare to engineering, and finance to research. STEM employers include: Public Health England, BBC, RAF, JustEat, IBM, Google, AECOM and more. This is a fantastic chance for students to be inspired and meet STEM Ambassadors from a wide variety of STEM organisations, with an exciting opportunity to chat live and ask their questions and gain insight into careers in STEM industries. 

The virtual environment will be split into five zones to help students find your way around and navigate their career choices:

  • Building the Future
  • Digital
  • Energy and the Environment
  • Lifestyle and Health
  • Travel and Security

You can also download our teacher guide here.

STEM Ambassadors: Illuminating Careers - virtual environment

Ask questions and gain insight...

Watch videos, explore challenges and try out activities from a wide range of employers. Talk to our STEM Ambassadors, people already working in these jobs, who can give you a better picture of how you might pursue your ideal career.  

Free to attend and ideal for students aged 11-19, the fair is fully interactive and can be accessed online at any time. STEM Ambassador Q&A sessions run from 10-11am and 2-3pm each day. 

 

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