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NI STEM event to showcase STEM careers at NI Science Festival

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Live-streamed event at NI Science Festival set to inspire young people in Northern Ireland on exciting STEM career opportunities and pathways.

I LOVE My STEM Career! will all take place on the mornings of the 21st and 22nd Feb, highlighting exciting STEM-focused career opportunities and pathways for teenagers and young people.

Via the event live stream (and with a limited number of tickets to join us in person) at I LOVE My STEM Career!, comedian, international award-winning science communicator and conference and event MC presenter, Emer Maguire will be chatting to a whole host of local STEM professionals, finding out why they love what they do and highlighting lots of exciting STEM-focused career opportunities and pathways for teenagers and young people in NI.

1080x360Expect short punchy chats, and the opportunity for students and young adults (and anyone else tbh) to discover if a science, tech, engineering or maths inspired job could be for them! 

Schools, and further education providers are encouraged to register for the events that will be live streamed from The Nerve Centre in Derry~Londonderry and Ormeau Baths in Belfast on the 21st and 22nd February respectively. 

Startacus and NI Science Festival are collaborating with Pulsar, the NI online hub for Women in STEM and Matrix, The Northern Ireland Science Industry Panel to facilitate the live events, with the core aim of demystifying STEM careers to students and young people in NI.

Mary McKenna, Deputy Chair of Matrix said: “Matrix is delighted to support this event at the NI Science Festival. Matrix’ role is to advocate for science and technology as a primary driver of the NI economy and, in line with DfE’s 10X vision, STEM industries are key to delivering for individuals, industry and wider society. We hope that by showcasing the diverse array of talent and the range of career opportunities available that this event will inspire young people to consider a STEM career and be part of that high-technology future”

STEM professionals that will be interviewed include:

Naomi McGregor - Founder & CEO Movetru

Sian Farrell - Chief Scientific Officer at StimOxyGen

Chris Trotter - Investment Manager, Clarendon Fund Managers

Jade Truffitt - Cyber Risk Security Assessor at Allstate Northern Ireland

Dr Phil McElnay - CEO Medall

If you are a teacher, lecturer, principal, student or young person and you would like to watch the live stream via zoom,

please register here for the 10.45am - 12.30pm session on 21st February and/or

register here for the 10.45am - 12.30pm session on 22nd February.

N.B. There are a limited number of tickets for students to watch the events live at The Nerve Centre, Derry-Londonderry and Ormeau Baths, Belfast. Please contact for more details.




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Published on: 4th February 2022

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