Help to share the amazing things that the Marine Science and Technology Council do
Communicating Marine Science and Technology Council’s People and Work
EEEGR regularly brings together commercial, government and educational institutions to collaborate on strategic opportunities in this sector.
Created for companies involved in marine, science, and technology (MST), this council has recently expanded to cover an additional three specialist areas: agriculture, aquaculture, and space. This ensures a complete representation of the services contributing to the industry in the East of England. The steering group is made up of industry professionals from private and public sector companies including Cefas, plus academic institutions such as the University of East Anglia.
Our challenge is communicating this work, your project will answer the following questions:
- What are the most interesting projects taking place at the MST council?
- Who are the people delivering this work?
- Who are the organisations collaborating on these projects?
- How can other people get involved in their work?
You will deliver a project planning and creating content for a new MST website. This will be supported by creating infographics, photography, and video content to communicate your research. We will provide mentorship for all aspects of the project.
You will have the opportunity to meet people with a wide range of careers, as a result you must be happy to work on video calls and travel between Norwich and Great Yarmouth to meet MST members. All train/bus travel expenses outside of your travel to work will be covered by EEEGR.
Key skills and interests
- Marine careers
- Social media
- Web design and people
- Strong written communicator
- Process led
- Creative and curious
Host company information
EEEGR are a key voice in the energy sector providing knowledge support and opportunities to help our members’ businesses grow. We represent more than 200 members across the region, ranging from energy producers to supply chain companies, and our mission is to be the source of new opportunities and knowledge to enable member companies to strategically grow their business. EEEGR works closely with educational and training institutions, through the Skills for Energy (SfE) programme, which helps to ensure students, courses and training facilities are tailored to meet the future needs of the energy industry.
Address: Unit 4 Ground Floor Wellington Park, Excalibur Road, Beacon Business Park, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 7BB
Key contact: Sophie Skipp
This project has been designed to help students achieve a GOLD CREST Award. Download the CREST project guide to help you.
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