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Our winners revealed for the 2019 Industrial Cadets Awards

Updated: Oct 27, 2020

On the 21st November, the Industrial Cadets Awards 2019 took place in London, with Arm and GSK as the Headline Award Partners. The awards was held at the Institution of Engineering and Technology and was attended by leaders of some of the UK's top industrial companies. Our host and Master of Ceremonies was Dr Shini Somara, a science, technology and innovation journalist.

The awards was a celebration and recognition of excellence and achievements of emerging young talent, selected individuals, schools, colleges, employers and strategic partners.

The winners from each category include:

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for SME Employer 2019: M-TEC Engineering Projects

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for Employer 2019: Morgan Sindall Infrastructure

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for Strategic Partner: Arm

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for Changemaker 2019: Rhiannon Lowe – GSK

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for School/College 2019: The Kingsway School

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for Challenger level 2019: Dumfries House – Morphy Richards Engineering Education Centre

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for Bronze level 2019: Jane Austen College – Girls (Stemettes)

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for Silver level 2019: Hadley Learning Community – Seek A Shelter

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for Gold level 2019: Network Rail - South & City College

  • UK Industrial Cadets Award for Platinum level 2019: William Draper- Barr – Rolls-Royce

Well done to all finalists and congratulations to the winners.

Julie Feest, Chief Executive of EDT said:

“We were blown away by the candidates for this year’s awards. As always, it’s been a pleasure to celebrate young people’s talent as well as shine a light on the partners, schools and sponsors who are working tirelessly to broaden engagement between young people and the industry.

The level of talent, passion and drive of the young people who won is admirable, and there’s nothing better than seeing so many young people engaged with opportunities and careers in STEM. Equally, it’s encouraging to see the range of opportunities available to these young people thanks to partners, schools and sponsors, as their support helps provide vital and equal access to STE(A)M activities.

There is still a long way to go when it comes to inspiring young people to consider a career in STEM, but this year’s awards ceremony proves that we have certainly started to make waves in this area.”

To find out more about all of the winners, please visit:

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