Preet has today written to all secondary schools in Edgbaston, encouraging them to share an exciting opportunity with their students regarding The Spitfire AA810 educational programme.
In her correspondence, Preet said:
'The Spitfire AA810 educational programme is a mature project aimed at bridging the communication gap between industry and educational establishments in the UK.
Specialising in Aerospace, Aviation, and motorsport, the project provides careers advice, hands-on opportunities, and curricular material to individuals, youth groups, and around 500 schools and colleges across all regions of the UK. Launched at Cranfield University in September 2019, using effective, efficient, and up-to-date industry news the programme reached a record 776,000 young people under the age of 24 during 2023 - making it one of the largest STEM programmes in the UK.
The programme aims to guide young people into their future careers by providing free-of-charge independent careers advice, whilst at the same time building up a huge pool of interested and engaged young people who are potential future interns, apprentices and employees for this huge business sector.
Working with industry, the programme works with those in the 12 to 24 age group with age relevant material to inspire young people from all backgrounds into their dream careers.
If you are interested in hearing more about the program and what it can offer to the students at your school, please get in touch directly with Tony Hoskins on email@example.com.'
If any educator, parent, or student would like to discuss the above with Preet further, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0121 392 8426.