♠ Bitesize site has all the BBC’s education content, including information on engineering.
♠ Bright Knowledge Engineering – a guide to Engineering careers, education and student life.
♠ Bright Knowledge Science and Maths – a guide to Science and Maths careers, education and student life.
♠ Engineering Council – information about qualifications and accredited courses in engineering.
♠ ETrust provides STEM activities for UK youth.
♠ European Space Education Resource Office provides information about engineering challenges in space.
♠ Girls-allowed/Training 2000 gives information about apprenticeships in engineering.
♠ Go Cracker lots of information and news about STEM subjects, industry sectors, apprenticeships, universities and leading employers.
♠ I Could – career inspiration and information.
♠ National STEM Centre – STEM careers resources database.
♠ The Plotr School Zone – exists to help teachers and advisers unlock careers inspiration and help young people plot a path that’s right for them to careers they’ll love.
♠ Prospects– careers information about engineering jobs.
♠ Rolls-Royce Education – find out how Rolls-Royce supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in schools and use our resources – including their interactive ‘Journey Through A Jet Engine’, teacher resources and interactive games for primary and secondary students.
♠ STEMettes – learn about STEM careers and find female role models in STEM.
♠ The Royal Academy of Engineering provides some investigative projects to inspire you with project work.
♠ Tomorrow’s Engineers – information and resources about the amazing careers available in engineering and the financial support available.
♠ Why not Chem Eng? Find out what chemical engineers do and explore how to get a career.
♠ Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) – have a look at female talent in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) from classroom to boardroom and a wide range of resources and organisations to help you on your career path into STEM.
♠ Women in Space – an inspiring and interactive resource showcasing the historic heroines and the modern marvels working in the space industry, and the female engineers who help propel the astronauts into space.
♠ Women Rock Science – Blogs from women in STEM.
♠ Women’s Engineering Society (WES) has great case studies of inspiring women in engineering.
♠ Young Engineers shows the importance and excitement of engineering as a future career.