Smart Futures’ FREE CAREER TALKS

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INSPIRE the next generation with FREE CAREER TALKS in SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHS FOR YOUR SCHOOL

Smart Futures offers free career talks to all secondary schools in Ireland to give guidance counsellors and students the chance to ask practical questions about working in STEM, demonstrating that all kinds of people work in STEM; from designing video games to medical devices, food science to sport and even helping save lives through cancer research and battling climate change. Teachers, guidance counsellors, TY coordinators etc. can register via the ‘Resources’ section of www.SmartFutures.ie and request career talks at any time of the year. Talks are typically 40 mins, taking place in your classroom. STEM volunteers can also attend parent evenings. These talks are great for inspiring students to think differently about school subjects, life after school and to look beyond stereotypes.

Smart Futures is a government industry programme that provides secondary school students in Ireland with FREE access to role models working in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). www.SmartFutures.ie

Visit www.SmartFutures.ie to read 100+ STEM career stories, watch videos, access free downloadable career infographics and help students learn more about the many exciting and diverse STEM career opportunities in Ireland. Smart Futures STEM careers roadshows will be taking place at many of the Institutes of Technology during SciFest in 2017! Contact Smart Futures on (01) 6073028 or smartfutures@sfi.ie if you require any help in requesting a talk.

Smart Futures is a government-industry programme that provides secondary school students in Ireland with FREE career talks from role models working in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
Smart Futures career talks give guidance counsellors, TY coordinators and students the chance to ask practical questions about working in STEM, to help them make informed decisions about their school subjects and CAO choices.
Visit www.SmartFutures.ie to

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