STEM For Employers

You can offer opportunities from mentoring sessions to recruitment days, webinars to site visits – it’s up to you!

Employer STEM Exchange

Are you an employer in a STEM industry or looking for talent with STEM skills? Do you want to secure your STEM talent pipeline for the future? By signing up to the STEM Exchange, you can connect with local education providers, helping them to better understand what you do and how their students could progress into a career with you. You can offer opportunities from mentoring sessions to recruitment days, webinars to site visits – it’s up to you!

You can also offer work experience directly to the young people signed up to the STEM Exchange, giving them the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of what it’s really like to work in STEM.

Signing up will take you just minutes, and you can start posting opportunities for educators and young people immediately – register here to get started.

Key Facts

74% of 16-18 year olds don’t know of any engineering work experience opportunities (Jobsite 2017)

Employers

  • Register by completing a simple form indicating your industry area and the types of support you can offer to teachers, young people or both.
  • Support options range from events, work experience and job shadowing, open days to support materials
  • You’ll receive an email indicating a teacher or young person wishes to contact you
  • You can view their profile and either decline or accept the invitation
  • Arrange the activity with the requestor
  • Report on any interactions

Latest Events

11/03/2019

WorldSkills UK - Register your Interest in the Skills Show 2018


  • Withheld
  • NEC, Birmingham
  • B40 1NT
03/08/2019

Fernhill School Careers Evening


  • CST Global
  • Fernhill School
  • G73 4SG

Working in Partnership With

Education and Training Foundation Working In Partnership With StemExperience
Year of Engineering Working In Partnership With StemExperience
EAL Working In Partnership With StemExperience
GetMyFirstJob Working In Partnership With StemExperience

What Employers Are Saying.

"There is nothing more important to the future of the UK economy than inspiring the next generation – boys and girls and from all walks of life – into STEM careers"

Paul Broadhead, Head of Community Investment & Education Outreach, Rolls-Royce plc