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In the Know: Ready, Set, Goals!
With our careers summit coming up, we’re thinking about ways to help young people to start thinking about their goals and aspirations for the future. It’s never too early to get your child ready and to help them to start thinking about what they’d like to accomplish! Today, we’ll be sharing events that will help stimulate their creative thinking and give them some guidance on setting and achieving their future career goals. If you’d like to know more, read on!
Don’t miss the GT Scholars Online Career Summit – This Saturday!
With only a day to go for our online Careers Summit, it’s still not too late to sign up! The summit will be hosted live on Saturday 6th November 2021. Join us for the interactive masterclasses & panel sessions on topics such as “Careers in Technology”, “Careers in Insurance”, “Applying to Oxbridge”, “Is a career in STEM for me?”, “Apprenticeships/Non-Traditional Career Routes” and more! This year’s online Careers summit is sponsored by BRIT Insurance and our keynote speaker will be Lord Michael Hastings CBE. If you’d like your child to attend, they can register here!
Learn more about Artificial Intelligence!
Who are smarter, people or machines? What is intelligence anyway? Your child will get the opportunity to learn about these issues while playing a code-breaking game called ‘Fruit Salad Mastermind’! This free, interactive online gaming event is being hosted by the University to help young people to build an understanding of human and artificial intelligence. The challenge is to crack a hidden code by making guesses and getting feedback. This event is open to children ages 8 and up and takes place on Tuesday 30th November. To book your place click here.
Join a STEMtastic Virtual Event!
STEMtastic is a virtual, all-day event for young people aged 11 – 18, who are interested in finding out more about STEM subjects for future career opportunities! Hosted by the Virgin Money STEM Outreach Programme, this event will have five workshops that focus on how STEM subjects apply to a range of roles such as cybersecurity, IT, and data analytics in business! It takes place on Wednesday 8th December, and is to inspire young people to pursue careers in STEM, to address the shortage of skills that the UK is facing in these industries. If you’d like your child to attend this event, you can register here.