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Inspire the next generation

The world of work is rapidly changing. Careers and vocations which never existed a decade ago are in demand today and who knows what will be the most sought-after  jobs in future?

Arguably, one of the most important tasks teachers have is to support pupils to make the correct career choice and to make sure they are motivated and inspired to make fully informed decisions.

Founders4Schools can help you do just that.

It is an educational programme of Silicon Valley comes to the UK, a not-for profit industry supported online programme.

The free online service allows teachers to arrange events where leading entrepreneurs visit schools to talk about their experiences and inspire students. The business founders will talk about what motivated them to set up their business and why they recommend entrepreneurship as a good career choice for anyone who wants to have a positive impact on the world.

Students also get to know more about real-life applications from Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects and its  role in growing successful enterprises.

These events are a great way to engage your students as they are given an opportunity to interact with speakers via a question and answer session.

To create an event for your school, simply click here.

Meanwhile, if you are require advice or information about careers guidance in your school, be sure to visit our topic page on TheSchoolBus site!



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