Events @F4S

Career insight and inspiration has never been so important

To support educators and young people we are running a series of free virtual career inspiration days as part of our Futures4Students campaign.

Take 30 minutes for each session to inform and inspire your students about the exciting and rewarding career paths that await them! Recent events have welcomed speakers from Hitachi ABB Power Grids, Chubb, 100 Women in Finance, Innovate UK amongst others sharing their career stories - real stories from real people.

Join F4S in celebrating key dates in the career education diary...
Put the dates in your school diary and book early to avoid disappointment.


A MATHS4GIRLS and PIONEER ONLINE EVENT

Maths to Save the World
29th July, 2-3pm

Would you like to find out more about jobs that help work towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals?  Join our experts who are doing just that.  Find out what they do, how they got there, and how you could too.  Ask them your questions during this live panel event.

BOOK YOUR FREE PLACE


A Futures4Students Event

F4S Virtual Careers Jam

Did you miss our event on 8 June? Don't worry you can still visit the virtual booths, watch the recorded careers talks & connect with the employers.

VISIT F4S CAREERS JAM


Educator Webinars

We also run regular training sessions on using the F4S Platform to book your own career education events for your students. Visit this page for the latest dates.

Keep up-to-date with our latest events & projects with the F4S Educator newsletter.

Educator from Bellahouston Academy, Glasgow

“The link to real businesses provides an invaluable experience for our pupils. It inspires and encourages them to think towards their future as well as motivating them to do well in their chosen subjects.”

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