TeenTech returns to Hampshire Summer 2015

After a resoundingly successful TeenTech event in 2014, the initiative that inspires teenagers to consider careers in Science, Technology and Engineering will be returning to Basingstoke on June 11th 2015, drawing in 300 students from across the county for a day that will change hearts and minds. Last year’s event involved over 120 leading scientists, engineers and technologists from global, regional and start-up companies who brought their leading edge technology to show young people how they can be part of this world. From robotics to broadcast technology, precision engineering to world class scientific research, the 2015 event will showcase the range of opportunities in a fast changing STEM career landscape.

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TeenTech Hampshire is a collaborative event, led by educational charity, Basingstoke Consortium in partnership with TeenTech CIC and would not be possible without the energy and commitment of sponsors and contributors who make this such a powerful day.

Your business can make a difference by:

  • Encouraging young people to consider STEM subjects
  • Showing what it means to work for your company and the skills you need from future employees
  • Giving students and teachers first-hand information on career paths in your sector
  • Letting your staff act as inspirational role models
  • Changing the stereotypical perception of STEM careers being “difficult”, “geeky” or “boring”

Inspired to be part of the 2014 Hampshire TeenTech event?

Click here to download the expression of interest form and sponsorship information (pdf) or E-mail jackie.calvert@bas-consort.org.uk for more information.

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4 Comments to “Hampshire”
  1. Emma Duch says:


    I work for Cancer Research UK based at the University of Southampton. We do a lot of work with students giving them the opportunity of experiencing science and the work that we do.

    I wondered whether it would be possible to exhibit at the Basingstoke event and highlight the possible roles availble or bring an interactive activity?

    Best wishes,


  2. Lisa pygott says:

    Having listened to Maggie Phil in at kendrick on Tuesday, I’d very much like my year 10 daughter to attend the basingstoke teen tech event…how can she? Is it through school or on an individual basis
    ? Many thanks

    • Roland Allen Roland Allen says:

      Hi Lisa,

      Attendance at our events is indeed via schools and I would refer you in the first instance to our delivery partner for the Basingstoke event, the Basingstoke Consortium who handle school bookings. The age group who can attend is year 8/9 so it may be a year or two before your Daughter is eligible? She can however take part in TeenTech before this by entering for the TeenTech Awards which is open to students in years 7-11, again via her school and you can find further detail about the competition on this web site.

      Kind regards,


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