Teachers and careers advisers

Chemistry careers information for teachers and careers advisers

The Royal Society of Chemistry offers a range of resources to help you promote chemistry careers and qualifications to school or college students.

Use this website with your students to help them explore the wide range of careers and qualifications in chemistry that are available to them.

Download activities to use with your students that show that what you are teaching will help them follow a rewarding career that could make the difference to global problems.

Participate in our ‘Careers in the Science Classroom’ site tour via Zoom on 28 May exploring the resources available to teachers via A Future in Chemistry. 

For careers advisers there are presentations and booklets which provide information on where chemists are employed, what they earn, and options on becoming qualified.

Teaching resources

We also offer a wide range of teaching resources to support chemistry teachers.

Teach Chemistry is a free programme that connects you and your school with the world’s leading chemistry community - and all our tools and resources to help you bring chemistry to life in your classroom.

We offer further support to teachers through our range of online and face to face professional development courses.

Our team of Education Coordinators are also available to provide advice, support and signpost to useful resources to use in the classroom and online.

Education in Chemistry. Our magazine created for chemistry teachers is full of material to support and inspire you. Published online and in print by the Royal Society of Chemistry, we deliver a teacher-tailored experience, including science articles, teaching ideas, and downloadable resources.

 

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Linking curriculum to careers

Resources that link chemistry learning at school to future career paths

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Explaining the benefits of a chemistry career

Presentations and resources to help you advise young people about careers in chemistry