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The African-Caribbean Network for Science & Technology

African Caribbean Network for Science & Technology

The African-Caribbean Network for Science & Technology is an educational charity set up in 1995, with the singular objective to advance the educational achievements and career aspirations of Black youth within the fields of Science, Mathematics & Technology, by engendering the ethos that the pursuit of such qualifications and careers can be fun, empowering and achievable.

It works with schools and Local Education Authorities (LEA's), colleges and universities, industry, the statutory/voluntary sectors and relevant government departments.

The Network highlights the achievements and contributions of African Caribbean people (past and present) in the fields of Science, Engineering & Technology (SET), to motivate interest from young African Caribbean's in these career paths.  It also links students with African Caribbean professionals from the various fields of SET so they can serve as positive role models.

The Network provides an educational information service and careers advice for adults and youth in the Black community who have traditionally experienced difficulty in obtaining information regarding academic and career opportunities in SET.

Contact

African-Caribbean Network for Science & Technology
Unit 9
Progress Centre
Cakebread Street
Ardwick Green
Manchester M12 6HS
United Kingdom

Dr. Elizabeth Rasekoala, Director
Tel: 0161 - 273 8808
Fax: 0161 - 273 3313
E-mail: lizrasekoala@hotmail.com