One of the great things we like to do here at 3D Filaprint is to promote 3D Printing throughout schools in our local area.
Over the last year we have worked with some fantastically creative students and helped them gain an insight into 3D Printing. As well has having fun all our students gained experience and knowledge helping them take 3D Printing into the wider business environment. We like to think that we have given them just a little spark of what can be achieved in the future of 3D Technology. More about that in our 3D Medical Blog.
What makes us even more proud is to see just how much our part in working with Career Ready has helped towards creating new life chances for the next generation.
Sarah Morton of Career Ready sent us this message of thanks.
Thank you for giving your time over the past year to help young people prepare for work. Working together, we have achieved a great deal over the past year, helping almost 7,000 students prepare for work.
Research shows that adults who recall four or more engagements with an employer while at school, are five times less likely to be NEET (Not in Employment Education or Training) and earned, on average, 16% more than peers who recalled no such activities (research by Dr Anthony Mann, Director of Research and Policy, Education and Employers Taskforce).
Your efforts have contributed to changing life chances.
We have created an infographic to say Thank You. This was created by Fraser McKay, a Career Ready student who joined the team this summer.
On behalf of all the Career Ready team and our partners in schools,
Thank you Sarah for giving us the opportunity to help a little.
We have recently run an afternoon workshop event introducing final year students to 3D Design and Printing.
Next is a presentation to 3rd year students with Dr Kholoud Mohseen of the Essex University. Details of the event will be posted at the end of October 2017.
Tim Kay told Filablog
The afternoon session was a triumph the students loved it – we have three more planned in the near future.
Watch this space……Next is a presentation to 3rd year students with Dr Kholoud Mohseen of the Essex University. Details of the event will be posted at the end of October 2017.
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