The Biggest Careers Webinar is back again!

The Big Assembly, hosted by Shell, at Make the Future Live, is an opportunity to bring learning to life for year 7-9 students via an interactive broadcast. Featuring a guest panel, the live stream will enable students to understand the STEM careers that are changing our world, from the mouths of real-life STEM role models. Students can send questions to the panel, live via social media.

The Big Assembly, hosted by Shell, at Make the Future Live will take place on Tuesday 2 July 2019 and thousands of students are expected to join in. It will also be available on demand after the live broadcast has finished.

This will be the fifth in a successful series of live, interactive digital broadcasts brought to you by The Big Assembly. With audiences of up to 40,000 students from across the UK simultaneously participating in conversations about their futures. While you’re waiting for the next event, the Big Assembly 2019 and Tomorrow’s Engineers Week Big Assembly are available on demand.

Olivia Sweeney

Aroma Chemicals Creative Buyer at Lush

ALVARO ROJAS

Development Engineer at Rolls Royce

KIM EVERETT

Automotive Engineering with Motorsport student

OLGA POSOPKINA

Electrical and Electronic Engineering student

MICHAEL GEE

Fuel Scientist at Shell

DILANI SELVA

Software Engineering Degree Apprentice at the BBC

FAQs

The Big Assembly is a live digital broadcast allowing students the opportunity to discuss their careers, it is also interactive so you and your students will be able to ask questions to the panel to be answered live!

The Big Assembly, from Make the Future Live, on Tuesday 2nd July 2019 at 9.30, is aimed at your students in years 7-9 to consider careers in STEM and the opportunities available to them. Thousands of students are expected to take part and will be able to ask questions to the panel and careers experts live via social media (#BigAssembly).

The Big Assembly, from Make the Future Live will be live on 2nd July 2019 at 9.30am. The Big Assembly will also be available on demand after the live broadcast has finished.

First, you need to register to attend at www.bigassembly.org. There will be a “Test Connection” page or link for those wanting to test their connection closer to the date.
On the day, make sure you log on in time and be prepared to ask questions through the links provided in the guidance. If your plans change and you don’t have the chance to watch it, it will be available on demand.

Yes. Anyone who wants the live stream either for themselves or to show to a group will need to register, test and then log on on Tuesday 2nd July.

The Big Assembly, from Make the Future Live is a mix of short inspirational films interspersed with live discussion, which will include the opportunity to take questions from viewers. During the discussion, the panel will answer questions sent ‘real time’ using the online chat facility, email, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

To watch the Big Assembly, from Make the Future Live, you just need to register and check that the connection works, then log in. You can also post questions to be answered live, should you wish to.

All of our previous Big Assembly events are now available for you to watch on demand. You will also have the opportunity to watch the Big Assembly, from Make the Future Live On Demand from Thursday 4th July 2019.