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CMS Law Scholarships Competition

Target audience - Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old)

At CMS, we believe that a career in law should be open to everyone. To realise the full potential of our offering, we are committed to attracting and developing a new generation of the brightest and most creative legal minds. Now in its 10th year, we are offering up to 10 Scholarships winners from across the UK:

  •  £2500 for each year of their degree course
  • Mentoring support with their university applications
  • Support from one of our graduate trainees
  • Paid work experience at CMS during the holidays

Further details on eligibility and next steps can be found in the attached brochure and on our dedicated Law Scholarships webpage.

Other
1 presentation

STEM Futures - Construction Innovation with Morrison Construction 20 May | 11:15–12:00 | S3/S4/S5

Target audience - Secondary S1 to S3 (11-14 year old), Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old)

Take a virtual tour of a construction site to see how the latest innovation and technology can be used in building design and how to build sites with very low environmental impact.  Here from two of Morrison Construction's Designers about their Career path and their experience working within the Industry.

This is aimed at S3 / S4 / S5 age groups 

To book follow the link below 

https://www.glasgowsciencecentre.org/learn/stem-futures-curious-about-innovation-sessions

Technologies
1 presentation

STEM FUTURES - Curious about the Jet Engine Evolution with Rolls Royce 21 May | 11:15–12:00 | S3/S4/S5

Target audience - Secondary S1 to S3 (11-14 year old), Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old)

Join Rolls Royce to follow the manufacturing journey of compressor aerofoils and explore the evolution of the jet engine.   

  • Overview: The evolution of the Jet Engine
  • Past - Timeline covering the how the Jet Engine Has progressed over the Years.  
  • Present - The Manufacturing Journey at Inchinnan, how innovation plays a part in this, how a Jet engine works.
  • future - Electrification, the spirt of innovation, all electric plane 
  • Careers Section - Q & A within the main workshop & careers zone with interviews with Engineers  

Booking available via the website below 

https://www.glasgowsciencecentre.org/learn/stem-futures-curious-about-innovation-sessions

Technologies, Other
1 presentation

GSK Virtual Work Experience 2021

Target audience - Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old)

GSK's Virtual Work Experience will provide senior phase students with the opportunity to:

Learn about how GSK takes products from molecule to market

Learn about different career opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths

Gain job application hints and tips

Gain an industry-accredited Bronze Industrial Cadets Award

This event will be taking place from Tuesday 1st June to Friday 4th June. You will need to complete 20 virtual hours between these dates. Before signing up please ensure you are available on these dates.

Please find the link to the student sign up survey here: https://survey.gsk.com/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=78KL9pm40 

Mathematics, Sciences
1 presentation

Royal Navy Humanitarian Planning Exercise

Target audience - Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old), College

The Royal Navy relies on the strengths and talents of its people. Everyday our service men and women face interesting and challenging problems that need solved.

The Royal Navy's Attract Team specialise in engagement and outreach for young people in Scotland and Northern Ireland. The team offer a variety of engagement packages based around Teamwork, Leadership and Healthy Lifestyles. 

 

The Humanitarian Planning Exercise provides an opportunity for young people to develop teamwork, communication and leadership using a fictitious scenario that requires comprehension, STEM skills and mental agility.

 

After a brief introduction to the Royal Navy the young people are guided through the thought process and will feel a real sense of achievement when the exercise completes. This sort of exercise is used in certain military (and civilian) interviews and can be a great confidence boost.

This can be done via MS Teams/Zoom or in person and will be run by a Royal Navy Officer.

English, Mathematics, Other
1 presentation

Virtual Insight Event - A Career in the Police: Routes & Pathways

Target audience - Parents, carers and guardians, Secondary S1 to S3 (11-14 year old), Secondary S4 to S6 (14-18 year old)

An overview of the pathways and routes available towards a career in the Police. Have you considered that successful applicants come from every walk of life? However each individual must be able to clearly demonstrate that they possess the wide range of personal qualities and attributes essential to become an officer. So it makes sense to be prepared. Presented by DYW, Edinburgh College and Police Scotland, this 1 hour presentation aims to offer an insight into the role of the Police, help students to understand the skills required and showcase the wide range of opportunities on offer from school and college to volunteering, work experience and the recruitment process. 

There are two dates available; Tues 11th May 7pm-8pm and Sat 22nd May 10:45-11:45

Both sessions will be held on MS Teams. You will receive a link following registration. 

 

English, Expressive arts, Health and wellbeing, Languages, Mathematics, Religious and moral education, Sciences, Social studies, Technologies
1 presentation

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