Connecting the curriculum to careers within the built environment
ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
My Environment My Future (MEMF) is a fully-funded school programme which embeds knowledge, resources and guidance on careers within the built environment into the delivery of the core GCSE and A-level Geography curriculum.
CONNECT THE CURRICULUM TO CAREERS
In order to support teachers showcasing the built environment careers, My Environment My Future comprises GCSE and A-level geography teaching resources, along with an optional nationwide schools competition and a standalone extra-curricular after school club.
Designed to meet the GCSE and A-level geography specification for all major awarding bodies and complete with all the teaching material to deliver the programme.
START YOUR JOURNEY
Follow these three easy steps to access the My Environment My Future school programme.
Register or sign in to access all the MEMF content for free.
Go to the resources page to select which modules you would like to download.
Share your feedback with the MEMF team.
BENEFITS OF MEMF
MEMF enriches your delivery of the geography syllabus, provides career resources you wouldn’t otherwise necessarily find, and links your teaching to real world careers. MEMF showcases young people with exciting jobs, career path information and sources of careers guidance within the core curriculum, and in doing so directly contributes to your Gatsby Objectives 4, 5 and 6 targets.
BECOME A SUPPORTER
There are multiple ways you can support our programme, from as simple as sharing your resources, expertise, or feedback, providing careers talks, building MEMF into your Section 106 community programmes or becoming a sponsor of the programme.
INTERESTED IN A CAREER WITHIN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT?
Take a look at our career resources to help you make the next steps to find your career.
Here are our frequently asked questions, but if you still have a question please get in touch.
It’s simple! Just register for free by going to the registration page or sign in if you have an account. Then go to the school programme page and select the content you wish to download.
We believe in making the careers education accessible to all young people, regardless of their background. Therefore we ensure the programme remains free to everyone.
We are always on hand to help! Go to the ‘Contact Us’ page and ask us anything and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
The deadline is the 29th April at 5pm. For more details on the School Competition, download the competition brief on the School Programme page.