Articles from Newcastle College

Women In STEM: Fighting the Stereotypes From The First Stage

The #STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) industries have traditionally been male-dominated. There have been women pioneers such as Ada Lovelace, but they are not as well known or widely discussed as Tim Berners-Lee or even Steve Jobs.

How Newcastle College is Supporting the Green Agenda for Colleges Week 2020

Alan Goundry, Head of Energy at Newcastle College (@NCLCollege), speaks about the role of colleges in supporting the government's green agenda and how Newcastle College is already supporting the North East's energy sector.

An Innovative Approach to Developing a Talented Workforce of the Future - Newcastle College Supports Colleges Week 2020

Jon Ridley (Vice – Principal and Executive Director of Higher Education) and Andrew Esson (Director of Industrial Strategy) discuss the innovative steps forward that Newcastle College is taking to develop a digital and leading workforce for the future of the region.

Colleges Week 2020 – Colleges and Employers Working in Partnership

#CollegesWeek - Scott Bullock (@ScottBullockNCL) of Newcastle College (@NCLCollege) talks about the impact of colleges and employers working together on local communities and economies: 

Newcastle College Welcomes Government 'Build Back Greener' Plan

Today (6 Oct) the Prime Minister set out plans to 'Build Back Greener', as he addressed attendees at the Conservative Party conference. Plans include significant investment into offshore wind, with ambitious aims to become the global leader in green energy and achieve Net Zero by 2050.

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 ‘Young people are in danger of giving up on their futures and on themselves’

New @princestrust survey finds 1 in 4 young people feel ‘unable to...
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