Do you work in a scientific role? If so we would love you to come and tell the students about it... On Monday 4th March we are holding a careers fair after school to introduce pupils to careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). We are looking for volunteers to come and represent the wide range of careers that can be found with a scientific background. These could include (but are not restricted to!) biomedical scientists, microbiologists, research scientists and geneticists. During this event, participants would speak to pupils on a one to one basis and would not be expected to present to a large group of people. If you are interested in helping please register below, or you know of someone who may like to help, then please share this page with them. Enquiries to: Mrs Arazi, Head of Careers at email@example.com Please note that this event does not include Healthcare professionals as Healthcare will be covered in a separate event.
Join us at our free event on Saturday 23rd March - ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF BEING PART OF OUR COMMUNITY VIEW DEMONSTRATIONS ON HOW TO: Update/edit your profile including changing email address and consents Add your stories/memories Search for friends Utilise the new Careers Portal and see how you can make the most of connections and networking TAKE PART IN OUR OPTIONAL: *One-to-One tutorials Tours of the school Light refreshments will be available Open to all WGGS alumnae Please do join us on the day; say hello, have a cup of tea, reminisce and learn how to get the best out of staying connected! *Come prepared with your stories/memories and learn how to upload them in your one-to-one tutorial! This is a free event - however, if you would like to make an optional donation of £10 towards equipment for our science block expansion you can do so by selecting the ticket 'with donation' button. Parking available on site after 1:15pm
Yr13 University Experience Talks - by WGGS Alumnae Wednesday 3rd April 2019 3-3:45 pm We are looking for some willing volunteers to come back to school to share their university experiences with the current year 13s. We would like to have 1-3 of you in each form room to give a brief chat about university life; meeting deadlines, life at uni etc followed by a Q&A session. 2:30pm - Arrival and coffee in the new Sixth Form Centre café