Young engineers' aid

2nd October 2009 at 01:00

Budding engineers of the future from the London borough of Newham will get support to pursue their education. Thames Water will pay for the degrees and provide summer work and mentoring for 10 teenagers as part of their #163;10 million charity fund. The project will help students from the borough for the next five years. Local schools are being encouraged to identify potential applicants. Students can register their interest and request more information by emailing

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