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Calling year 10 – Are you interested in the chance to undertake some valuable STEM work experience?

Cavendish Nuclear have an exciting opportunity for pupils age 14-15 to undertake a virtual work experience week as part of our 2021 Future Engineers Programme!

The programme is now open for applications and will be closing on Friday 16th of April 2021. The programme will run for 1 week from week commencing the 21st of June 2021 and we welcome students in years 10 to apply.

The programme will cover a wide range of disciplines for apprentice and graduate programmes offered by Babcock and Cavendish Nuclear, including:

  • Project Management
  • Civil, Structural & Architectural Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Process Engineering
  • Science & Hazard Management
  • Commercial

More details and an application form below:

STEM work experience poster


If you are interested in applying and need any help with the application, please see Mrs Morris, our careers advisor who is situated in Birchwood College or speak to your form tutor.

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