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A colourful display poster showing ten reasons to to inspire young learners to consider the exciting and meaningful careers available in science, technology, engineering and maths. 


Use this poster to help your students to see how their experiences in and out of lessons will support them on their STEM career journey. 

This poster shows 100 exciting job roles that link to science, technology, engineering and maths.

Be inspired by the array of jobs you could consider in the future if you keep your options open with maths and science:

  • Space structures engineer
  • Stadium designer
  • Flood modeller...

This resource from the Department for Education provides some useful tips on how to organise a successful STEM careers day: from contacting your local STEM broker and organising exciting activities to involving sixth formers and STEM local employers.

In this video, from Rolls-Royce, students can see what it is like to work in a company that develops and manufactures high technology products. The video includes comments and descriptions from a group of young people visiting Rolls-Royce. The video includes sections on: * The manufacture of hollow titanium fan...

Linking Careers to the STEM Curriculum is a careers resource aimed at teachers of science, design and technology, computing, engineering and mathematics. It offers immediate ideas to try, longer term solutions and resource recommendations for linking careers to lessons.

This guide will help you to:


The land-based and environmental sector is an important area of employment in Scotland with more than 1 in 10 businesses in the sector. Land-based and environmental businesses enhance the quality of life, improve well-being, supply quality assured food production, ensure the health and welfare of animals, provide...

The main aim of the agricultural crop industry is to produce crops to feed both humans and animals. Some arable farms have diversified into producing fruit, vegetables and non-food crops such as those grown for energy, materials like hemp for fibre and oils like lavender and linseed.

Science, technology, engineering and maths occupations are widespread in agriculture; productivity through science and technology is key in modern farming 

The livestock industry includes the farming of cattle for milk and beef, sheep and pigs for meat, poultry for meat and eggs, as well as other non-...

Career decisions are often based on areas of personal interest. 75% of 16-18 years said that they would be interested in careers in business, technology, science, engineering and working with animals.  A career in farming and food supply can be all these things.

There are currently nearly 223,000 people working in animal care, spread throughout the UK. It is expected that by 2020 the industry will need a minimum of 90,000 new entrants.

Animal technology involves the husbandry, care and welfare of laboratory animals in scientific and bio-medical research and the carrying out of authorised procedures.
Animal research provides vital information to inform the development of new drugs and treatments for both humans and animals. The industry is...

A variety of roles exist for those interested in the training and behaviour of animals, which range from dog handler to animal behaviourist, to training captive wild animals in zoos and performing animals for film and television.