This year’s the Speakers for Schools’ national talk series is honing in on ‘What skills will young people need in 2030?’, with over 30 of the UK’s leading figures in the charity’s network lending their support by sharing their unique insights from a range of industries including science, technology, the arts and the economy.
With support from the i paper and YouGov our campaign aims to help show leaders of today how they can be a force to help equip young people for tomorrow both through sharing their insights and expertise and now partnering with us on work experience through S4SNextGen.
Our survey found:
Each ambassador speaker will give a talk at a state school as a part of this series, with talks taking place across the country in March 2018. Speakers will share their unique views, inspirations and insights respectively as key figures in their field to discuss what skills they believe young people will need to thrive and particularly the skills they have used to get to where they are today. The campaign aims to help spark inspiring conversations in state schools, open up access to insights on future skills from industry leaders, and create an ongoing discussion about how young people can best prepare for jobs that do not yet exist, what skills are considered fundamental by leaders and influencers today and how to cultivate the skills that will be essential for their future.
Our ambassador speakers for this campaign are linked to this page, be sure to check out their profiles to see the range of leaders supporting the series! See our full media release here: Launching Today, #Skills2030
Speakers for Schools are calling on the UK’s leading figures and their companies to join in helping young people obtain the skills they will need in 2030 and support the next generation, and spark meaningful conversations in schools across the UK. The campaign is calling for:
We are calling on the UK’s sector-leading employers to open up their work experience to students without networks. Click here to find out how S4SNextGen can help.
Want to have your voice heard? Follow advice from industry leaders? See how you can take part, here: www.speakers4schools.org/get-involved-students/
See more about how we will be sharing highlights, advice & resources for our state schools to use during and after the campaign, here: www.speakers4schools.org/get-involved-teachers/
We are calling for industry leaders and the UK’s influential figures to give a talk with our charity speaking on this subject. Find out more about being a Speaker here.