In the Know: Building a Career and Confidence in STEM!

In the Know: Building a Career and Confidence in STEM!

We hope you enjoyed your holiday and that you’re ready for the new year ahead! With the spring term here, we’re sure you’re excited to help your child build their skills and confidence to tackle the new school term. In this week’s newsletter, you’ll learn how to overcome imposter syndrome and how to get into a career in quantum computing! And don’t forget applications for our 1-to-1 programmes close on Wednesday, so there’s still time to apply! Read on to find out more.

Applications for our online 1:1 Programmes close next week Wednesday!
Applications for our 1:1 Tutoring & Mentoring Programmes close soon! Our 1:1 Programmes are perfect for ambitious young people living in the UK aged 11-18 who are looking to improve their grades and gain leadership skills in the process! Applications close Wednesday 11th January 2023, so make sure to book a call with the Scholar Success Team if you’d like to sign your child up for next term’s intake. 

Overcome Imposter Syndrome!
Did you notice that sometimes your child feels that they don’t fit in, or is filled with self-doubt which affects their confidence in completing tasks? STEM Women  is hosting a free 45-minute workshop for students that’ll provide tips and tricks for growing self-confidence and banishing imposter syndrome! Join this insightful workshop takes place on Wednesday 23rd January 2023 here.

Learn about Quantum Computing!
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is hosting a free event for young people over 16 to learn about Quantum Computing and how to get a career in it! In this event, you will learn what quantum computing is, where it is useful, and how you can build a career in this emerging field. This online event will be on Wednesday 18th January 2023, and you can sign up here!

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