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STEM Graduates announce partnership with the Science Council

Posted by , on 30 March 2017

STEM Graduates is a graduate recruitment agency and jobs board. We offer permanent salaried roles to students and graduates from Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics disciplines. We believe these candidates have a unique set of career needs that can only be met by a specialist within this field. We launched STEM Women in 2016 to provide a specific place for female careers advice, profiles of women in STEM and a dedicated job board.

We are always looking to expand what we can offer STEM students to make them more employable in their highly competitive markets. That is why we are excited to launch our recent partnership with the Science Council. This partnership will include a variety of activities and exciting content.

The Science Council will host a careers advice blog topic each month written by STEM Graduates (most recent blog post here) and we will be focusing on educating our candidates on the benefits on offer from joining the Science Council. We will also be listing the numerous specific professional bodies under the science umbrella including the Royal Society of Biology, the Institute of Science and Technology and the Institution of Environmental Sciences.  We will achieve this through our social media channels, a new dedicated section on our website and with weekly articles.

We are proud to endorse the ‘working towards registered scientist’ (Registered Scientist (RSci)) initiative that has been launched by the Science Council. This will focus on the conduct, competence and professional development of early years’ scientists. For many graduates this initiative will be the first step towards becoming a chartered scientist.

The Science Council is a membership organisation for professional bodies and learned societies across the disciplines of science. They are in a unique position, bringing together a range of disciplines and sectors to reflect the multi-disciplinary practice of science in today’s society.

We are looking to expand this section further with other societies, associations and communities so please let us know if you have any ideas.

Keep a look out for exciting content coming soon!

The STEM Graduates Team

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