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We have a range of resources to support your research into career paths whatever that may be. We can help you discover what careers are out there, and give you the tools and skills to get on the right track to success. 


Our events are taking place all across the UK and Ireland. Don't forget to keep checking the map. it is stocked full of events near you. We have even highlighted key UCAS events to add to your diaries.  


Take part in our monthly competition to show your talent and knowledge of science  

Whether it is asking Dr Careers, Dr ChemNet or each other for help, there is always a new set of discussions taking place on ChemNet for you to get involved with. Don't forget if you find anything on the internet that you want to show the rest of your ChemNet friends, use the ShareIn button in your browser. 



Are you a teacher?

If the answer is yes then we are really glad that you have found us. Whilst ChemNet is for students between 14-18 providing chemistry help and support, the Royal Society of Chemistry has lots of resources available for teachers too. See just a few below: 

ChemNet Events - Why not take a look at our list of events. Whether it's a careers event, and industry visit or an experimental trip, see what your class would like to attend and bring them along.  
Talk Chemistry - A community, hosted on MyRSC for all those teaching the chemical sciences. Here you can share resources, tips, and discuss anything which may be of interest.
Learn Chemistry - Learn Chemistry has hundreds of resources to help you teach chemistry. Our teaching section features chemistry demonstrations, assessment tools, handouts and worksheets, from primary age to HE.
Learn Chemistry Partnership - Connect your school to the world's leading chemistry community through our Learn Chemistry Partnership.
Membership - We represent and support our members who are chemical scientists from all over the world. Join us now. 
Education In Chemistry - News, opinion and features from Education in Chemistry, the voice of innovative chemistry teaching and best practice.



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