TITLE

ETB seeks industry ambassadors to inspire SET careers for students

AUTHOR(S)
Reynolds, Melanie
PUB. DATE
November 2005
SOURCE
Electronics Weekly;11/2/2005, Issue 2216, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports that the Engineering and Technology Board in Great Britain is seeking more people working in the science, engineering and technology (SET) sectors to become role models and inspire others to take up or continue a SET career. The aim is to inspire and excite children, young people and those who influence the choices these groups make, parents, teachers and careers advisers, about the opportunities offered by a career in SET. Although ambassadors all have science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills, they can be employed in a variety of occupations at all levels, either as scientists, engineers or mathematicians, or using those skills in other environments.
ACCESSION #
19098164

 

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