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This interactive quiz gives students the opportunity to find a role to suit them on a mission to Mars. Provided as part of the ‘Roving with Rosalind’ resources, this quiz will give students the chance to reflect on whether they think a career in the space exploration industry would suit them.

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This guide, from triple science support, has been produced to provide advice and guidance for teachers wishing to incorporate careers activities into the scheme of work. The guide offers background information and practical suggestions to support classroom practice. Before you start to plan your activity, it is...

This series of...

This Catalyst article investigates possible careers in astronomy and space science. It provides some information on a number of academic courses leading to an exciting career in astronomy; the article also lists places to visit for those with general interest in astronomy.

This article is from Catalyst: GCSE...

A range of publications to help students' appreciate the rich career options opened up through study of physics. Hard copies may be ordered from the Institute of Physics website (free to UK and Ireland addresses).

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This series exposes the truth about what it's really like to work in different career areas. Each book in the Careers Uncovered series contains unusual and thought-...

Series which focuses on the less obvious STEM career choices.

A Catalyst article about careers in the different branches of modern engineering. The article offers an alternative view of engineering focusing on problem solving and making the world a better place to live. Engineers can travel the world working in teams such is the demand for their expertise and much use is made...

A Catalyst article about careers in meteorology (weather forecasting) and climate science. The article explains the work of EMARC (Environment Monitoring and Response Centre) and provides some advice on training as a meteorologist.

This article is from Catalyst: GCSE Science Review 2004, Volume 15, Issue 2...

A Catalyst article about careers using radiography in medical procedures. The article looks at a typical working day for a radiographer, the types of radiography used, how to become a radiographer and the qualifications available.

This article is from GCSE Science Review 2006, Volume 16, Issue 3.

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Part of the Educational research in STEM subjects collection, this is a collection of academic research looking at careers in STEM subjects, including students attitudes towards STEM careers.

 

This set of resources, published by the Centre for Science Education, offers career guidance for potential and current STEM students, their teachers and advisers. The resources include guidance tools for encouraging Key Stage Three students to take up STEM subjects, a guide to work placements and four profiles of...

Teachers TV was originally a television channel which aimed to provide professional development support for teachers, school leaders, support staff and governors. Many of the programmes were filmed inside real classrooms, with teachers sharing good practice and ideas for lessons.

The videos in this...

The UK plays a very active role in space research and industry. This collection contains profiles of scientists and engineers, working in space industry or academia, and includes some of their outreach work with schools and colleges in the UK.

The National Skills Academy for Food and Drink has developed a collection of resources for teachers and students called Tasty Careers.  This collection of resources is a set of colourful posters which cleverly show how many different career roles...

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