Charity registered in Scotland SC039635
EDT runs over 40,000 STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) experiences for young people aged 9 – 21, across the UK each year. Our range of work related learning schemes provide opportunities for young people to enhance their technical, personal and employability skills through industry-led projects, industrial placements and specialised taster courses.
We help develop partnerships, building links between educators and industry employers, helping organisations reach talent and connect with young engineers and scientists across the UK.
Last year, EDT worked with over 3,500 young people across Scotland, offering a range of curriculum focused and industry –led activities, projects and placements. We believe STEM subjects can open up a whole world of opportunities, learning experiences and career pathways - and we’re absolutely passionate about engaging as many young people and industry partners as possible!
For more information about EDT schemes, visit the website www.etrust.org.uk
We are a UK-wide education charity whose mission is to help young people achieve their potential through access to STE(A)M activities. Each year, we work with over 30,000 young people across the UK, providing industry-informed, curriculum-enhancing learning experiences; which promote positive post school destinations and encourage young people to achieve their full potential by following a STE(A)M career or further study choice.
We work closely with industry to ensure our activities are relevant and resonate to the needs of the real-life world of work. We also run the Industrial Cadet programme which is an industry led accreditation for work experience, partnering with companies large and small across the UK.
The Schools Programme Officer is part of a small team delivering high-quality STE(A)M engagement events to schools across Scotland. The role involves programme delivery, event organisation and administration.
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