2022 Back to School Campaign
2022 Back to School Campaign - STEM jobs of the future
Every year, the STEM Alliance organises the "Back to School Campaign" to motivate young people for STEM subjects and careers, mobilising a capable and innovative workforce in Europe. Focusing on STEM jobs of the future, the aim of the campaign is to inspire teachers to spark interest on STEM in their classrooms and to encourage students in finding their route in the STEM field.
During the campaign, we will gather industry partners to provide networking opportunities, disseminate information about STEM career skills, and give visibility to current and future working opportunities.
To do so, a series of webinars with experts from the educational and industry field will be organised to facilitate the relationship between industries and schools.
Co-organised with Scientix and the STE(A)M IT project, the aim of the "2022 STEM jobs of the future" is to offer an open space for raising awareness about the importance of STEM for the students' future lives.
STEM Alliance - GSMA Competition: mSchools challenge
Check the webinars with the STEM Alliance partners here below!
Hot Skills with the STEM Alliance and Lenovo Webinar: Get Ready for the Unknown
STEM Alliance and GSMA Webinar: Discover mSchools and join the Competition
STEM Alliance and Scientix Webinar - Meet the Innovators: Clever Books & Cobie AI
Hot skills with STEM Alliance and Foundation for Transport: Future technologies for Transport
STEM Alliance and Microsoft webinar: Impactful Game-Based Learning Experiences
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STEM Alliance, STE(A)M IT & Scientix
To ensure high-quality activities and impactful results, the 2022 Back-To-School Campaign is organised jointly by the STE(A)M IT, Scientix and STEM Alliance projects.