Promoting careers in science, technology, engineering and mathsPrint this page Send to a friend Comment
With so much to do at The Big Bang's events it’s important for visitors to understand, amongst all the fun and excitement, the bigger messaging about the kinds of careers that studying science and maths can lead to.
To ensure that visitors to The Big Bang's events leave understanding just what scientists, engineers and mathematicians actually do – and how they could follow in their footsteps - we provide a series of activities and resources designed to highlight career opportunities and routes to those careers. We get students (and their parents and teachers) thinking about what jobs in science and engineering are really like, and how they might make the ideas they get from visiting The Big Bang 's events a reality.
Whose Crew Are You?
From exploring outer space to designing the phone in your pocket, all the best things are made by teams working together. We think of them as crews. You can find out which crew you belong to by taking our quick, easy quiz. Maybe you’d like to work outdoors designing and making buildings? If so, the Construction Crew could be for you. Perhaps you have a passion for the environment and want to help make the world a cleaner place. Could you end up in the Green Crew? Or, you might want to contribute to events like The Olympic Games? If so, the Sports Crew might be your crew.
Find out Whose Crew Are You? and see how much fun your future could be. Take part in the quick online quiz here
About the careers activities at The Big Bang Fair