October 08 2019 | Kent & Medway | Views: 869
Thanks to the generous support of over 15 STEM Ambassadors on Tuesday 8 October, The Enterprise in Education Partnership Limited in partnership with The STEM Hub were able to offer 250 students attending CATS Canterbury the opportunity to have a 15 minute interview with a local STEM Ambassador.
The interview session followed a 90 minute programme which was designed to prepare the students for the interview and focused on presentation and communication skills. Sue Elliot, director of The Enterprise in Education Partnership Limited remarked ‘it was clear that the STEM Ambassadors enjoyed supporting this programme and in particular, having the opportunity to see first-hand just how effective the programme was in developing some key transferable skills.
There was an overwhelming percentage of students who rated the programme as highly successful in building confidence, presentation skills and preparing them for future interviews. There was a real buzz in the room as they took part in the interview session! Bearing in mind that many of these students have been in the UK for a short period of time and that English is not their first language, they were a real pleasure to work with and a credit to the themselves and the college’.
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