Theme: Careers in science – why get into careers? Careers in primary education, and globally responsible careers
Issue 276 | Page 10 | Published May 2019
A personal account from ASE President about why helping students think about careers is important; an account of how one university is assisting primary teachers in guiding younger students to think about careers; and details about the 2019 Science4Society Globally Responsible Careers competition.
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