Posters and flyers promoting careers in STEM
A collection of posters, flyers and leaflets to support promoting careers linked to STEM.
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Help your students to understand how they can get a career in STEM, using this downloadable poster and teacher's guide.
This poster from STEM Learning highlights the 10 main skills that employers value. This poster comes with a teacher's guide to developing employability skills and a supporting guide for STEM Ambassadors who are looking to develop employability skills through their activities.
This collection of careers related posters can be used to showcase some of the Grand Challenges that Government, universities and employers are working together to try and solve.
These posters cover four Grand Challenges:
- Artificial intelligence - Saving lives by using AI to diagnose chronic diseases.
- Clean Growth - Designing safer and more energy efficient buildings to live and work in.
- Ageing society - Using technology and design to help people live longer and healthier.
- Future Mobility - Creating a safer transport network that uses cleaner fuels.
These science career posters, produced by the Royal Society, will help to communicate the excitement that a career in science can bring and the range of options open to those that study science.
The posters are taken from an animation by the Royal Society, Why a career in science is for me.
The Gatsby Career Benchmarks is a framework of eight guidelines about what makes the best careers provision in schools and colleges. This guide shows how you can use the range of STEM Learning resources, CPD and support to help you meet these benchmarks and successfully improve your careers provision.
A collection of posters all linked to robotics. The first poster looks at how robotics is used in different STEM industries, including manufacturing, healthcare and space. The second poster promotes the skills that you can develop when you learn about robotics. The third poster looks at a number of different careers involved in robotics.
Tomorrow's Engineers careers resources are a comprehensive resource collection for everything engineering! Their resources cover both university and apprenticeship routes into engineering, helping young people to understand more about the world of engineering and learn about engineers working in real jobs.
Copies of the resources in this collection are also available in print, free of charge. Visit to Tomorrow's Engineers Printed Resources to find out more.
These resources are from the Institute of Physics and consist of a range of posters that illustrate physics-related careers. The posters cover a wide range of careers and include:
Physicists Predict, Protect, Inspire and Save: Nicola Lang - geophysicist, Emma Sowter - medical physicist, James Hendry - science communicator, Louise Helton - environmental physicist
Physicists Earn: Using physics to predict financial markets
Physicists Solve: Tackling global warming by generating electricity without burning fossil fuels
Physicists Design: Creating the lighting and sound systems for major public events
Physicists Create: Using physics to generate the virtual worlds of computer games
From the Royal Society of Chemistry, these posters illustrate some of the science careers available to students, for example: food scientist, analytical chemist, formulation scientist, materials scientist and chemist. Bright and stimulating, they make students think about science areas such as pharmaceuticals, materials, climate change, future energies and agrochemicals research.
A set of 66 STEM Careers posters to develop children's knowledge of the range of STEM careers available to them.
This colourful A2 poster illustrates how studying STEM subjects can lead to four very different careers in the international development sector.
This collection of posters are themed around ‘Manufacturing the Future’. The posters can be used to help inform students about the cutting-edge technologies and exciting careers available in UK manufacturing. Topics include: * Astrium - space engineering * True Snowboards - snowboard design and production * Brompton - innovative bicycle design and engineering * Fluvial - water defense design and manufacture * Cambridge Silicon Radio - electronics and telecommunications
It is important that young people think science is for them, even if they do not want to follow a "science" career.
The study of science is not just for the gifted and more able students who want a scientific career, but it is relevant to everyone for their future decision making and information processing. This short careers video and the set of posters are a tool that teachers can use to help demonstrate this to students. The careers video highlights that science allows students to gain a broad range of transferable skills useful in many careers. Science is a way of thinking, a way of analysing facts and acting upon this analysis; science isn’t about knowing the answers, it’s about knowing what questions to ask.
The why science is for me video and poster is designed to be used by those teaching students aged 11 – 16.