The ability to use and work with technology is becoming more and more important. It’s important to attract young people into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and also provide flexibility within education to encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to think about careers in the STEM related subjects.
We want to help publicise the diverse paths and options for people to take up technology jobs. We also like to help people who are just starting out, or having a career change to raise their profile and tell their story.
So if you are you a student, apprentice, intern or recently graduated please contact us so we can tell your story.
The links below connect to articles previously published in our student and graduate series.