STEM : Useful Links

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Useful Links

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Here is a range of links where you can find more information on getting into STEM, resources to spark your imagination and some organisations that offer different levels of apprenticeship.

Careers information and resources

Lantra Scotland STEM Careers - great resource for exploring the range of land-based, aquaculture and environmental conservation STEM careers available.

The Big Bang - take the ‘Whose crew are you?’ quiz to find out which industry would suit you.

Tomorrow's Engineers - information on careers in engineering, including quizzes and competitions.

Digital World - an initiative that inspires and supports people to go into digital technology careers.

Maths Careers - information on careers using maths, including different sectors that you could work in, activities and interesting facts and figures.

The Tech Partnership – online activities for learning how to code.

YEC Scotland - information on careers and setting up a Young Engineers and Science Club.

Royal Society of Biology - information on careers in biology and the different sectors it covers.

Royal Society of Chemistry - information on careers in chemistry including people profiles. - information on careers in physics including people profiles.

My Oil and Gas Career - find out about the range of careers available in the oil and gas industry

Women in STEM - information on women working in and getting into STEM

Cogent - information on careers in the science industries

GoConstruct - information on careers in construction

Large organisations that offer apprenticeships

These companies may offer apprenticeships at different levels. Check out their websites for more information.

Rolls Royce

BAE Systems


Morgan Stanley

Civil Service



Resources for schools

STEM Learning - information and resources to support STEM education

Royal Academy of Engineering - resources to enrich STEM learning in the classroom

Education Scotland - online resource supporting learning and teaching relating to STEM

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