If you're thinking about studying science or engineering at university but you're not sure which type of engineering or which science discipline you'd enjoy most, then the solution may be to go on a taster course to find out more.
Attendees have an opportunity to find out about the wealth of exciting opportunities open to young people to work in engineering and construction and the different qualifications available.
Produced in partnership with Intel and the Institute of Physics, this website has been created specifically for teachers who want to help girls enjoy physics more in the classroom and follow physics related careers.
The WISE poster, '101 jobs from science and maths' is FREE on receipt of an A4 SAE covering costs for postage and packaging. If you would like to order any posters for your school/educational establishment, please contact us , letting us know the quantity you need and delivery address.
When it comes to encouraging women into science, technology and engineering, we just haven’t got the messaging right. Most girls decide that jobs and careers in science are “not for people like me”.
WISE has teamed up with Intel and The Institute of Physics to create a discussion workshop on the theme of women and girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). The workshop has been designed to inspire girls about the STEM subjects where they are under-represented, such as physics and computer science, by showing them how these subjects connect with issues girls care about and their importance as a gateway into a wide range of interesting jobs and careers.