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The Big Bang @ Solent is one of the biggest careers events on the South Coast for secondary school students aged 11 - 17. The aim of the event is to encourage young people to go into STEM careers.

About Big Bang

* It's free to exhibit
* It's 9.30am - 3pm
* It's at the Botleigh Grange Hotel
* It's to promote STEM careers for young people aged 11-17
* Schools from across the South Coast are invited to attend, entry is free
* You will need to provide an interactive activity to inspire young people

Why attend Big Bang
Attending these events are essential to your recruitment pipeline! Research has shown it's important to educate young people about different careers from an early age.

* It's FREE
* Part of your long-term recruitment plan
* Inspire young people into STEM Careers
* Inspire young people about different routes into STEM careers
* To meet your companies CSR to support and up-skill your community
* Promote your industry to your future workforce
* To overcome stereotypical views about STEM roles within industry
* Help to ensure young people have the right skills
* Is there a skills shortage in your industry? Help change it and attend the event
* Showcase your organisation with hands on exhibits

Outcomes for young people

* They will be inspired about careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
* They will discover different routes into STEM industries
* The activities help them to realise their potential
* Help young people to decide on their final year options

For more information please visit:

Posted 2019-11-07 15:30:13

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