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Careers Market Place stands available at Engineering Your Future!
October 08th 2017

Careers Market Place stands available at Engineering Your Future!

We’ve just been advised that a few last minute places are available for the Engineering Your Future careers market place in Liverpool.

We’re looking for engineering companies (or related) to come and have a table top stand and give information about their industry, company, processes and careers to an audience of Year 11 – Year 13 students who are interested in Engineering.

When: Friday 13th October

Where: Liverpool Football Club, Centenary Stand, Anfield Rd, Liverpool, Merseyside, L4 0T

You would need to attend from 11:00 – 13:45.

Contact Tim to request a stand…

About Engineering Your Future

Engineering Your Future is jointly coordinated and sponsored by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the Institution of Chemical Engineers, The Nuclear Institute and the British Computer Society, and is fully supported by us here at All About STEM

This informative and hands-on event is ideally aimed at 16-18 year old students who are studying science, maths or engineering at GNVQ or A-Level, to attend together with their STEM subject teachers. Find out more…

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