The Space Zone student winner is…

Rosie, congratulations! During every event we ask the engineers and moderators to nominate their top student — one who’s made the most of the event, shown enthusiasm and asked some really great questions. Rosie from Merton Park Primary School was nominated by engineers because they “had clearly read the engineers profiles and was looking for further info from a conversation in the live chats.” Their questions in ASK included “Why do you want more girls in stem?” and “What is the best part of your job?” As the student winner, Rosie will receive a certificate and a gift voucher. Well done to Rosie, and to everyone who took part. There were so many interesting questions, and comments, but there could only be one winner in each zone. PS: YOU now have the power to say which scientists and engineers take part next time — click here to be the judge.

Posted on November 28, 2018 by in News | Leave a comment

Thank you from your winner – K-Jo!

Students! Did you do your profile survey? Check your email for a chance to win a £20 voucher and tell us what you think now! Hey everyone! Thank you so much for everything! This experience has seriously been so remarkable! I have learnt so much from all the students and other engineers and I’ve loved answering everyone’s questions. This experience has really helped me show that everyone can be inspiring in their own ways and that anything is possible! I couldn’t believe when I was asked to join the competition and I really didn’t think I would win because all the engineers have been remarkable and were all so experienced compared to me! This has been a brilliant accomplishment for me, being 17, thanks to the votes of the students! But by just being myself, I got to help all the students, even make friends and win for charity! All … Continue reading

Posted on November 22, 2018 by in News | Leave a comment

The winner is…

K-Jo O’Flynn Congratulations! The students chose K-Jo O’Flynn as the Space Zone winner! It’s been a fantastic two weeks and we want to say a huge THANK YOU to all engineers who took part.

Posted on November 16, 2018 by ModShane in News | 6 Comments

The second engineer evicted is…

Alison Dufresne

Sorry Alison, you’re out of the running for the prize! Alison can keep answering questions and joining in the live chats, but they won’t be going home with the £500.

Who will be evicted tomorrow? It’s up to you!

VOTE every day for your favourite engineer and keep them in the competition to win the prize money. Continue reading

Posted on November 14, 2018 by ModShane in News | Leave a comment

Join tonight’s live chat with engineers, 7–8pm

Log in between 7 and 8pm for another chance to talk to the engineers in the Space Zone!

Continue asking your brilliant questions in this special after-school live chat. Just log in and head to the CHAT page from 7pm!

Why not introduce your friends and family to the engineers you’ve been talking with in school? You can even ask them to pose their own question about satellites, navigation, apprenticeships and more… Continue reading

Posted on November 14, 2018 by in News | Leave a comment

Who’s taking part in the Space Zone

I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here! is back this November. Between the 5th and the 16th, students at 14 schools will be putting their questions to 6 engineers in the Space Zone. For the latest news and announcements about the event, find us on Twitter @IAEGMOOH, and follow the hashtag, #IAEUK. The Space Zone is supported by the UK Space Agency. Samuel Bancroft | Earth-i I program computers to help me discover interesting things in images taken by satellites. Robson Witts | Oxford Space Systems Design and manufacture of deployable satellite structures. Reshma Vora | NAVBLUE An Airbus Company I support customers who require the use of satellites in aircraft navigation. Raam Shanker | Equitus Engineering Limited I help make things that sit in rockets and go up into space! K-Jo O’Flynn | Oxford Space Systems I am doing an amazing apprenticeship in aerospace engineering and manufacturing structures that meet the … Continue reading

Posted on October 29, 2018 by in News | Leave a comment