Tomorrow's Engineers Energy Quest (in School)

Energy Quest

What is it?

Energy Quest is a half-day workshop featuring careers information and classroom activities. Help students to find out about careers and keep those options open by encouraging them to choose science, technology, engineering and maths subjects at GCSE.

Or take part in the Carbon Capture sessions - a series of classroom-based modules that link the curriculum to the real world. Students will take part in discussion, experiments and investigation linked to the topic of carbon capture and storage.

How you can help?

We need ambassadors to bring to life, through recounting their own experiences, the possible engineering and STEM career opportunities available to young people.

This could be of interest to you if you are an energy professional, although volunteering is open to all suitable candidates.

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Volunteering Case Studies

Read the experiences of some of those who have already volunteered with the Tomorrow's Engineers Energy Quest Programme:

Charlie Eales - Geologist, EDF Energy >>

Malcolm Finlayson - Mechanical Engineer (retired) >>

Mike Mogford - Naval Architect, Ministry of Defence >>

Sarah Napier - Education & Employability Champion, Northern Gas Networks >> 

Bjoern Seitz - Lecturer in Physics, University of Glasgow >>

 

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