To get inspire the next generation of engineering leaders and innovators our students need to be challenged with real-life industrial problems and work with businesses to learn how to present themselves in the workplace.
There are several areas of opportunity to engage with us and these can be tailored to suit each company’s preference.
- Visits to businesses and events
- Sponsorship by funding or sourcing resources – engineering and computing equipment and materials – specialised technical items.
- Work experience
- Master Classes
- Project-based learning assignments
Brand new for this academic year, we’ve devised a mentoring programme with the aim to expose our students to the world of industry. By sharing knowledge, skills and experience we would like to offer each student the chance to meet a mentor who will offer them greater insight into STEM careers and positive destinations.
Our programme requires companies to join us for four sessions across the academic year, where representatives will meet students in a speed networking event to discuss students future aspirations.
If you’d like to get involve and inspire the next generation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Breakfast Meetings & Communications
Just like industry, the world of education is constantly evolving. We’re always expanding our offer to develop student’s skills, knowledge and attributes. To ensure that our industry-led curriculum stays up to date and that our students get the best encounters with employers we send out regular email communications and hold business breakfast meetings once a term.
To keep in touch, please email email@example.com to register your interest and to be added to our mailing list.
Supporting our student’s destinations, the UTC Hub is an online STEM careers platform, supported by Baker Dearing Educational Trust. The Hub prepares students for employment and offers access to work experience and entry-level roles. It provides companies with a space to advertise jobs to UTC students and offers companies a chance to engage with the talent pipeline. To find out more and sign-up, head over to the UTC Hub.