I’m an Engineer – Space Zone

I’m an Engineer – Space Zone

3 Nov 2020

I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here puts school students in direct contact with real engineers.

The new Space Zone will be running from 2nd – 27th November, allowing students to connect with space engineers through energetic, real-time text based chats. Everyone can take part from home or at school.

Students can:
  • Read profiles of engineers in different careers
  • Chat with real engineers, in real time
  • Ask their questions
  • Vote for their favourite engineer to win £500

It all happens online. It’s safe and secure. It’s free for UK schools.

What teachers say

“Incredibly easy to set up and run”

“My students loved their involvement and I was amazed at some of the questions they asked”

Registration is easy and takes just 2 minutes – teachers you can sign up here.

And if you are a space engineer, working in industry, academia or the public sector, a technician, an apprentice, in roles like communications or management… Take part to show students the wide range of engineering careers out there.

What engineers say

“The activity was amazing and I would highly recommend taking part… It is such a unique way of communicating STEM ideas to students in an informal setting”

“I got much more out the activity than I could have imagined. The questions really challenged me, and made me think about what I do and why I do it”

Want to know more about I’m an Engineer? You can visit the website here or email support@imanengineer.org.uk.