We have four more events coming up in the Autumn and we’re really looking forward to welcoming students,teachers and companies to them all. Please get in touch with the regional organisers or email@example.com if you’re a company who’d like to exhibit or a school who’d like to book student places.
All events bring students and teachers from 30 different schools for a day of interactive experiments and challenges provided by some of the UK’s most exciting engineering, technology and scientific companies – from global to start-up. Our research shows this is a day which changes pre-conceptions and helps teenagers see the wide range of opportunities at every level in Science, Technology and Engineering.
The events are carefully curated and timetabled, providing an immersive and rich experience which is valued by schools and companies alike. 100% of schools who have attended events in 2012 want to attend another!
We’ll be running more events across the UK but the next events are:
25th September Tonbridge – E : firstname.lastname@example.org
19th October – Ricoh Arena Coventry – E: email@example.com
25th October – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone E: firstname.lastname@example.org
14th November – Surrey, University of Surrey Sports Park. E: helen @teentechevent.com
Companies, universities and colleges work with us to help reverse dated images of engineering and technology and show students why certain skills are key to careers in these areas. Global organisations like Cisco, BT, CPC, Google, Sony Broadcast, Cummins, JVC and GSK support our events, as do companies like Agant, Pyuda, Sugru or PaveGen and organisations like the Institute of Directors , British Computer Society and YorBuild– we want to give students the full picture of all the opportunities which are there for people with the right skills.
We always work with regional partners so every event is different and relevant to the needs of the area.
Below : University of Surrey Sports Park where we even have use of a 50m pool and a climbing wall for some of our experiments!