Building Bridges to 21st Century STEM in Apprenticeships
On February 5th, the Royal Society (Royal Society of Chemistry), of Cambridge, UK, will be co-hosting the Educating for STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM=STEAM) Conference in London. A new track of this event has been launched by Science and Engineering for the 21st Century (SE2D) at the Royal Society. Together with SME UnitK and Manchester University, this area of STEM education is the first to be supported by the £4M Thomas Lees fund aimed at accelerating the uptake of STEM education across all the world’s business schools.
Join the leaders in IoT, biology, life sciences, mobile technologies, gaming, medicine, law, aerospace and a bunch of others for a four-day intense career programme. The first phase takes place from February 5th to 7th in London and the next in 2018. The content will be developed by London College of Communication (LCC) at its pioneering Software Design and Development Centre, and will enable students and professionals to apply their personal and professional skills in new ways.
Their new Practical Bootcamp will focus on a range of areas, from entrepreneurial business to entrepreneurship, business development, product development, fundraising, brand design, audience engagement, marketing and communication.
Start here to learn how to become a mini-Mark Zuckerberg in your own way.