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Future U Mentoring Programme

Article by - Emily McManus on 4 May 2022

Cerberus Nuclear recently supported the STEMFirst led Future U Mentoring Programme through the stem ambassador programme. Katrina Christaki delivered a presentation to Blackburn College as part of an ongoing series for educating and inspiring young people on different STEM career paths. The aim of the series is to develop the skills and increase the aspirations for a cohort of students that are less likely to consider higher education options, whether that be university or apprentice opportunities.

This particular session focused on the core skills used in multiple jobs in STEM, including teamwork, problem solving and coding. Katrina joined other STEM ambassadors in a ‘this is me’ presentation describing her job role and where these skills applied.  While answering questions she also provided advice on describing these skills during interview. Katrina has this presentation available for use in other STEM ambassador events and looks forward to the next one.

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