Exciting News! We're thrilled to share an insightful article about Maths4Girls featured in The Independent.
Have you taken part in Green Careers Week 2023 and are looking for ways to help young people develop the skills needed for the green economy?
Every October we celebrate the importance of Role Models in helping young people achieve future success. This year Role Model Week takes place between the 9 - 13 October.
Founders4Schools is celebrating Role Model Week this week but why do focus on ensuring young people have career role models? Find out in our latest blog ...
Save the date for Scottish Careers Week as the annual campaign returns from 13-17 November 2023.
We are announcing the dates of our free webinars looking at how we can help you invite volunteer role models from the world of work into your classroom.
Founders4Schools is marking Volunteers’ Week 2023 by celebrating our inspiring role models who share their career stories with young people to help prepare them in making decisions about their future career paths.
F4S partnered with The Ogden Trust again this year to celebrate British Science Week with a series of career inspiration talks focused on physics.
Developed in partnership with WWF and Villiers Park Education Trust, we are proud to launch Sustainable Futures including a series of events for teachers.
We are seeking someone with a passion for sustainability who is a senior leader in an early careers team and from a diverse background to become a member of the Sustainable Futures Advisory Group.
Founders4Schools, in partnership with The Ogden Trust, delivered a series of 45 minute webinars highlighting the different career pathways in physics.
Discover dates for your diary that you can use to plan your career education activities around.
Is your school working to make the world a better place? Take part in this international competition to get recognition for how school, students or staff are helping build a more sustainable future.
Can you support? The Youth Voice Census is looking for young people to share how they feel about issues related to education, employment, training, work and where they live.
We are proud to be invited to lead on a work group as part of a non-partisan, Cross Party Discussion Forum on lifelong learning in careers education.
Our newest Fundraising Assistant, Venus, tells us about her experience of finding a job after graduating.
We spoke to our friends at Cambridge Science Centre to hear what British Science Week means to them...
Hear from our MD Michaela Eschbach on Founders4Schools in the context of International Women's Day 2022.
F4S and Skills Development Scotland are hosting an online careers day to showing young people in Scotland some of the varied careers you can enjoy in the digital and tech sector.
As part of the Limit Less campaign, an initiative that supports young people to change the world and fulfil their potential by doing physics, the Institute of Physics (IoP) have recognised that more young people and their families to show them that physics is for everyone -- Here's what they did.
F4S is proud to announce that we've been selected as a charity partner for Pennies
Are you ready for a new challenge?
It’s no secret that the pandemic has caused devastation to millions of lives across the UK, and while we would like to put that year and a half behind us, the younger generation are still catching up with the change. In this blog piece we talk about the stats, and what you can do to help.
As we celebrate Role Model Week at Founders4Schools, let’s take a moment to ponder where the notion of a role model comes from, and explore why we believe role models have been, and still are, so important in shaping our future.
Hear from Founders4Schools trustee Lauren von Stackelberg why Role Models are so important.
Timo Hannay, Founder of School Dash and active member of our Maths4Girls Steering Committee has published a blog piece analysing the STEM subject choices of boys and girls.
After our successes last year with Earth Day and our climate education events, F4S have partnered with WWF and Villiers Park Educational Trust to address two of the most pressing demands of our time...
We are holding a series of free, online, live 30 minute panel-style events to give young people insight into a range of exciting and rewarding careers that maths can offer. Join us and our experts live @4pm and discover where maths can take you! Book early to avoid disappointment.
Today we are going to hear from Syntyche Djunga, one of the Kickstarters here at F4S. She will be discussing how she came to join our team and her experince at F4S. Here’s what she had to say...
A live virtual event in conjunction with Careers Week 2021, designed to guide young people in decisions about their future career.