Global professional services firm RPS recently launched a STEM initiative called the RPS Climate Careers Zone. Hosted in a virtual city inspired by COP26 goals, the zone's design enables young people to take control and shape their future. Students aged 12 to 16 years old can use the virtual zone as a free educational resource.
Making complex climate change topics easy to understand, students are guided through a virtual learning experience that brings the future of our towns and cities to life. Sharing insight and information on sustainable solutions for how we design, build, power and manage our built environment in the future.
After exploring the virtual city, students can head out to the careers zone amphitheater to explore a range of careers that will support the transition to net zero carbon. In this, RPS' global community of engineers, architects and environmental specialists share their insight and advice to guide students on a path toward a career that's right for them.
For more information, visit the RPS website to read the original release.