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A day of inspiration,
meetings and activities

During a Future Day, students meet professionals from different types of companies and get to try out activities.

Division of students

For the best experience, students are split up and participate in either a morning or afternoon session. The sessions are in turn divided into several stations that the students rotate between.

Inspiring activities

At each station there is a simple activity or exercise with the students. This could be, for example, pairing tasks with the right profession or trying programming.

Companies stand up

A Framtidsdag is structured around a number of stations that are planned and staffed by companies from various industries. We invite and manage all contact with the companies.

Motivational meetings

The professionals talk about their jobs in a simple way. The focus is on training, leisure activities and jobs that led to the jobs they have today. 

Practical information

Smaller student groups rotate between stations:

We manage all contact with the school and the companies
At school or other venue, for example a hotel
Stations in rooms or separated areas in larger premises
The school divides groups of 8-12 students
Adapted for students in middle and high school
Focus on rewarding content in the station, not the appearance.

Examples of questions that students are encouraged to ask during a Futures Day.


  • What is the most enjoyable part of your job?

  • How long does one go to school to work for you?

  • What do you need to be good at in your job?

  • Can you work outdoors/indoors?

Moments from past Future Days


Want to know more? 

Our contact person will be happy to answer.

Federico Porrez
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