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Young Gifted And STEM Launch!

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London South Bank University

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YGASTEM is launching with its very first event! A day of STEM learning for young people!

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YGASTEM is a new initiative to encourage black and ethnic minority students, into further study and careers within STEM.

We invite all Black and ethnic minority young men and women, aged 11-18, to come and celebrate the official launch of Young Gifted and STEM!

Join us at the London South Bank University, for a day of discovery, inspiration and learning. This is an opportunity to hear the stories of professional black women and men in Science and Technology, Engineering and Maths, to learn more about the work they do, and to get hands on with fun learning activities in free workshops.

If you are a student looking into future careers advice, a school student about to sit their GCSES or just a young person who enjoys STEM and loves to learn... this event is for you! Parents and carers also welcome!

Please note for this event, if you are under 16, you WILL be required to come with an adult, so please ensure you have selected a ticket for them also!!! One adult for a small of group of young people is absolutely fine!

Attendees will be given lunch as well having the opportunity to network with their peers and professionals alike.

If you would like to find out more about our mission as a speaker, mentor, or workshop leader in the future, please let us know by registering your interest using the sign up form.

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London South Bank University

103 Borough Road

South Bank

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SE1 0AA

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