We Were Delighted, In Collaboration With Redcar and Cleveland College, To Deliver Yet Another Amazing STEMFest Event

27th Oct 2022

Due to the launch of a new Enthuse Partnership with Anglo American, the North East STEM Hub celebrated this launch, partnering with Redcar and Cleveland College to deliver this one day STEMFest event. These events are an interactive and exciting way for the pupils to connect and learn about STEM companie s in their area. The companies involved were Anglo American, Worley, Unipres, Sir Robert McAlpine, Balfour Beatty, Jacobs, Keepmoat Homes, BP, RCVDA, General Electric, Technip Energies, Arup, and Parker Hannifin Ltd.

Anglo American, comments:

“Anglo American believe it’s incredibly important to us to inspire the next generation and show young people the huge range of exciting apprenticeship and career opportunities available to them in this area. By attending STEMFest, hopefully we can inspire some of them to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).”

Dawn Ross, STEM Hub’s Liaison Coordinator comments:

“We were delighted, in collaboration with Redcar and Cleveland College, to deliver an amazing STEMFest event. This highly successful programme provided Tees Valley students with the opportunity to engage in hands-on, impactful activities that opened the world of opportunities on their doorstep. I would like to thank our fantastic regional employers and STEM Ambassadors for their continuous support.”

STEMFest events are a stimulating opportunity to spark enthusiasm from young people, encouraging them to investigate STEM subjects whilst introducing them to different career paths. Investing in providing opportunities for the next generation will enable them to lead innovation whilst continuing to develop and grow the world in which we operate. There are lots of new upcoming opportunities on the horizon in the Tees Valley area, showcasing to young people how interesting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics can be, the more our young people of the future are able to make great career choices.

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