Get Involved: Students
‘What Skills Will Young People Need For Work in 2030?’ Campaign and Talk Series
Calling state school students
From March 2018, we will be launching our national campaign – ‘What Skills Will Young People Need for Work in 2030?’.
Over 30 of the UK’s leading figures from tech, arts, culture, business and more giving talks in state schools across the country – we’re also looking for students to take part in the campaign and spark conversations around this hot topic.
How students can get involved
If you’re a state school student, then there’s a number of ways you can join the campaign:
- Students have your say! Have you ever wanted to ask top professionals what their secret is to success? Well now’s your chance. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to find out how you can get involved.
- Join in the conversation: Look out for #Skills2030 and get involved. Is your school hosting one of our talks? Why not post and video or picture! Be sure to tag us @Speakers4Schools on Instagram or tweet us on @speakrs4schools and don’t forget to use #Skills2030.
- Get your school signed up for S4S: Check-in with your teacher and make sure your school is registered for Speakers for Schools talks. Send your teacher this link so they can apply to host speakers: https://www.speakers4schools.org/take-part/apply-to-host-speakers/
- Prepare for the future through S4SNextGen Work Experience: Our new online portal has opportunities available in London, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Edinburgh and a few other select areas, click here for more information and to register.
- Become a ‘Student Ambassador’: We also have an exciting opportunity for a social media-savvy student keen to get involved with our campaign. If this sounds like you – please click here to get in touch or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your name and the name of your school and we’ll be in touch with further info about what this entails.