Events @F4S

Career insight and inspiration have never been so important

Join F4S in celebrating key dates in the career education diary...
Put the dates in your school diary and book early to avoid disappointment.


Who can book?

  • Young people looking for career inspiration
  • Teachers, careers leads and other educators/support staff organising career inspiration activities for students
  • Parents/carers supporting the young people in their life with career choices

Events Programme

April -July

Futures4Students Virtual Careers Jam
(online resource available until Sept 2022)

Visit the Careers Jam


How Engineering Can Save the World - 21st June

In partnership with STEM Ambassadors

Book here


Scientist in the Spotlight: STEM to save the planet - 11th July

In partnership with Ark Curriculum Plus

Book here



August - December

Employability Session - 31st August

For school leavers, college and university students
Audience: 16-25 years
Online
Booking opens soon


Role Model Week - 10-14th October

Celebrate the importance of role models for young people
Audience: primary & secondary schools
In school

Sign up your school


How to be an Entrepreneur - 15th November

Celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week with a focus on digital and sustainability
Audience: 16-25 years
Online
Booking opens in August


Educator Webinars

We also run regular training sessions on using the F4S Platform to book your own career education events for your students. Visit this page for dates in 2022.


Find out first about our latest events & projects

Be part of the
F4S Educator community

Host your own career inspiration event at your school, college or university

Online Resource Available till Sept 2022

Careers Jam online resource gif

Visit the Careers Jam

Educator from Bellahouston Academy, Glasgow

“The link to real businesses provides an invaluable experience for our pupils. It inspires and encourages them to think towards their future as well as motivating them to do well in their chosen subjects.”

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