Career Case Studies
A set of STEMNET case studies profiling the careers of a selection of STEM Ambassadors. The case studies illustrate the ways different jobs require an understanding of science and also the routes into a range of careers. The case studies cover a wide area of work including:
- Research Engineer
- Maintenance Engineer
- Control Systems Engineer
- Construction Project Engineer
- Avionics Technician
- Electrical Engineer
- Risk Management Coordinator
- Mechanical Engineer
- Medical Physics
- Instrumentation Engineer
- Tunnel Design Engineer
- Piping Stress Engineer
- Design Engineer
- Transportation Planner
- Nuclear Power Design Engineer
These case studies accompany a set of activity case studies which describe how the Amabassdors worked with students to enhance and enrich their learning experience.
This STEMNET resource describes the background and career of STEM Ambassador Andrew Keen, a graduate engineer.
Andrew studied Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing before gaining a placement with an aerospace design company. Following a Masters of Engineering degree in Materials and further work...
This STEMNET resource describes the background and career of instrumentation engineer and STEM Ambassador, Boye Odukunle.
Boye develops precise specifications clients who are building 'plants' or 'facilities' that process oil and gas following its extraction from reserves.
The job offers...
This STEMNET resource describes the background and career of electrical and electronics undergraduate, and STEM Ambassador, Caron Malone.
Caron had always been interested in electronics and studied physics, maths and technology at school. She gained a Power Academy scholarship, which was introduced by power...
This STEMNET resource describes the background and career of STEM Ambassador Colin Glen, a project engineer working in a construction company.
Colin has worked on many great buildings in London. He is part of a team that ensures the comnpany's design, plans and construction meet the required specifications...
|Subject(s)||Careers, Design and technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Science|
|Age||11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Published||2010 to 2019|
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