Glasgow school children have been energised about careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) at the College’s Springburn campus in the city.
Charitable organisation SmartSTEMs and headline partner EDF Energy teamed up with Glasgow Kelvin College’s Springburn campus to deliver the session to 80 children.
The pupils from schools across the area, heard from Glasgow Kelvin College fashion student Jerome Kasusula and Chrissy Mackay, founder of textile company, Beyonder about their involvement in STEM. They also took part in a series of hands-on workshops including forensic science and 3D printing for jewellery making.
Events run by SmartSTEMs target children aged 10 to 14 and aim to encourage more people from diverse backgrounds to study science based subjects at school.
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