Exist Insight ISSUE 08

STEM Careers Fair for 2019

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Added: 12 February 2019

Exeter College will be holding the STEM Careers Fair for 2019 on 14th March 2019. 

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics students, aged 16-18 years old, at Exeter College will be off timetable on this day so that they will be able to attend workshops, a STEM exhibition area and speak with employers, industry professionals, STEM ambassadors and stakeholders to include university colleagues.

The aim is to support students to explore their career options whilst supporting their progression to higher levels of STEM study and employment, encouraging them to develop a passion for science learning, whilst having a great deal of fun!

If you would like to have a chat about the 2019 STEM Careers Fair please do contact Cerian Ayres on:- 07538 926450

For more information on the Fair, click here. 

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