Are you considering a career in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts or Maths? Would you like to get a better understanding of what the opportunities are out there for you? Then, you are invited to join our Career Guidance Seminar for Students as part of Toys4Engineers Week, on Friday, October 7th from 10am to 11.30am.
Our panel of speakers will take you through the various routes to a successful career, be it third level education or apprenticeships in engineering, technology and construction.
This event is free to attend and is open to all students and class teachers. A link will be provided for teachers to live stream into the relevant classroom.
10.00am – Welcome by Kevin Doolin, Waterford Chamber Vice President
10.05pm – Address by Minister Simon Harris or Grace O’Sullivan MEP (TBC)
10.15am – 10.40am – Calmast – Education opportunities in STEAM – Eoin Gill, CALMAST
10.40am – 11.05am – Building your career in the construction industry – Ronan O’Brien, CIF
11.05am – 11.25am – Apprenticeship opportunities with Engineering the South East – Stephen Rooney
11.25am – Close by Eoin Gill, CALMAST
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