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Hampshire

29th June 2022

Supported By

EBP South and Basingstoke Consortium
EBP South and Basingstoke Consortium
EBP South and Basingstoke Consortium
EBP South and Basingstoke Consortium
EBP South and Basingstoke Consortium
EBP South and Basingstoke Consortium
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We are delighted to announce that TeenTech Hampshire will return on June 29th 2022 and we will be partnering with EBP South to deliver this event.

TeenTech Hampshire has run for 8 years, bringing together schools and colleges across the region for an exciting interactive programme that helps young people understand the range of opportunities across digital, science and technology and the many different entry points.

Schools are invited to bring a mixed ability group of Year 8/Year 9 students.

Book Now

We have a limited number of places available for this special day and early booking is recommended.

What is a TeenTech Festival?

TeenTech Festivals are highly interactive and designed to inspire young teenagers and their teachers about the contemporary industries shaping their future.

These TeenTech events give students and teachers from across a region the opportunity to try their hand at immersive challenges and experiments, to handle cutting edge technology and, most importantly, to spend time with engineers, technologists and scientists from a wide range of companies influencing their 21st-century lives.

An Opportunity to Innovate

Pupils will work in teams, in roles aligned with a start-up company, to become the inventors of tomorrow in an hour-long workshop and challenge! Students will be designers, developers and marketing experts, using sensors, data and cutting edge technology, to tackle real-world problems! Following the TeenTech Festival, all students will have the opportunity to develop their ideas further and enter the TeenTech Awards.

Industry Insights

Pupils will meet, and talk to real-world innovators, large technology companies, and industry leaders. Pupils get an understanding of the industry, and can participate in simulated tasks that illustrate the real work that goes into science and technology. They will also interact with regional companies, showcasing the wide range of exciting science, technology and engineering companies that the students may not know exist.

Challenges

Pupils will compete in simulated tasks that demonstrate real world work by major science and technology companies, and prizes are awarded. This is a chance to experience innovations in science, technology and engineering, and a chance to show students that they have the skills required to be successful in these areas.

Support this TeenTech Festival

If you are a company, university or organisation that would like to run an activity or provide ambassadors at this festival, please register and we will send you full details.