Sponsors of
TEENTECH™ Hampshire 2017


Special thanks also to:

Cllr. Franklin (County Councillor grant)

Cllr. Connor (County Councillor grant)

Read on to find out more about TeenTechTM Hampshire 2017 and how to be part of the 2018 event...

TeenTech, the initiative that inspires teenagers to consider careers in Science, Technology, Maths and Engineering returned to Basingstoke on 13th June 2017 drawing 300 students from across the county for a day that changed hearts and minds.

Leading scientists, engineers and technologists from global, regional and start-up companies brought leading edge technology to show young people how they can be part of this world.  From robotics to broadcast technology, precision engineering to world class scientific research, the event showcased the range of opportunities in a fast changing career landscape.


TeenTech co-founder and BBC reporter Maggie Philbin said of the Hampshire event. "Students, teachers, companies and the whole team had a very exciting and productive day at TeenTech Hampshire. Its's always so gratifying to hear students saying how they have finally 'got' the point of STEM subjects and expressing a real keenness to find our more.  Basingstoke has an array of world class companies and they were also able to meet their future talent and consider how they might do more to support and develop the enthusiam generated by the day."


TeenTech in Hampshire is run by educational charity Basingstoke Consortium.


TeenTech is a collaborative event and would not be possible without the energy and commitment of sponsors and contributors who make this powerful day possible.  Special thanks to our regional Hampshire sponsors this year who were:  AWE, Hampshire County Council, Sony Europe Ltd and University of Winchester.


Inspired to be part of the 2018 TeenTech Hampshire event, email Tracey Tatam to register your interest.


So, if you work in the Science, Engineering or Technology sector and you want to help change the out of date attitudes preventing talented youngsters from thinking about your industry as a future career.

Your business can make a difference by:

  • Encouraging young people to consider STEM subjects
  • Showing what it means to work for your company and the skills you need from future employees
  • Giving students and teachers first-hand information on career paths in your sector
  • Letting your staff act as inspirational role models
  • Changing the stereotypical perception of STEM careers being "difficult", "geeky" or "boring"



If you are a school interested in attending 2018 event and want the opportunity to inspire your students email Tracey Tatam to register your interest.


2016 Press Releases

Post-event press release



More TEENTECH™ Hampshire downloads


TeenTech 2015
Click here to view a montage of photos of 2015's event
TeenTech 2014
Click here to view a montage of photos of 2014's event
Click here to read more about 2014's event
TeenTech 2013
Click here to view a montage of photos of 2013's exciting event
Click here to read 2013's evaluation report.