Nuffield Research Placements - can you help to provide a high quality virtual placement to inspire a year 12 student?
15 February 2021
Public Engagement - opportunity
NERC are looking for supervisors who can inspire talented 17-year old students by giving them the chance to discover what a career in Social Sciences and STEM.
NERC are looking for supervisors who can inspire talented 17-year old students by giving them the chance to discover what a career in Social Sciences and STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics might be like, during a virtual summer placement in collaboration with your organisation.
Give someone a life changing opportunity and inspire them to study a STEM degree at higher education or take up a higher/degree apprenticeship.
Why should you get involved?
* Develop coaching/management skills in early career employees
* Demonstrate the impact of your research outside the company/institution
* Gain an enthusiastic and talented pair of hands to move forward a small area of research
* Demonstrate public engagement
* Develop links with local schools
* Links in with the STEM Ambassador Scheme
Interested? Email Sally Moore, Nuffield Research Placements Coordinator
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