The Bloodhound Project Careers

Through our extensive work with STEM practitioners over the years, we recommend the following websites; they will provide you with the most up to date, real and relevant advice about careers from a STEM qualification:




Careersbox is the national careers film library, a free careers resource showing real people doing real jobs and home to Careers Mail, a free careers newsletter subscribed to by over 7,000 career teachers and professionals.  Careersbox and Careers Mail are endorsed by Career Mark - the mark of quality for career guidance. For more visit www.careersbox.co.uk/, tweet twitter.com/careersbox and join www.facebook.com/careersbox/.


the Science Council-led STEM careers website aimed at young people


a communications campaign involving TV and cinema advertising, aimed at young people

Tomorrows Engineers (http://www.tomorrowsengineers.org.uk)

Tomorrow’s Engineers is more than a one stop shop for information and resources about the amazing careers available in engineering. We also run a schools programme to help inspire the next generation of engineers.

Working with businesses, not for profit organisations and charities, the programme is made up of a number of initiatives, such as industry visits, workshops, Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Ambassador partnerships and careers resources, to help schools to incorporate engineering into the current curriculum and plant the seeds needed to grow local engineering talent needed by businesses.

Tomorrow’s Engineers is led by EngineeringUK and the Royal Academy of Engineering, with support from The Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust and others.

The STEM Careers Resource Database

This database comprises links to online sources that provide specific careers information, for example, job profiles, case studies, other labour market information (LMI) and classroom teaching resources that support careers-related learning.


The BLOODHOUND SSC Education programme have had numerous enquiries to attend careers fairs and events. Unfortunately, we are not always able to fulfil these because we are concentrating our effort on the promotion of STEM in education.