Become a STEM Ambassador and it will bring a lot of personal benefits and also has a positive impact on the lives of young people, your community, and STEM education.
To find out more about the programme and start the sign-up process visit the national site.
Our Hub has worked with STEM Learning to produce the STEM Ambassador handbook and it provides practical information about getting started as a STEM Ambassador. Additionally, it provides top tips for new and more experienced STEM Ambassadors and how to get the most out of the programme for yourself as well as the schools, educators, community groups and young people you may work with.
We send out regular bulletins with details of our most recent requests for STEM Ambassador support locally. If you’re prepared to travel a little further afield or want to do an online activity you can also search for requests from anywhere in the UK on the STEM Learning website or via the app available from the App Store.
If you have an idea for an activity, you can make your own offer. These can relate more closely to your interests or areas of expertise. Read our case study about local STEM Ambassador, Richard Butcher and the offers he has made to schools. We hope it inspires you to make your offer!
We regularly host networking and practical training sessions if you are interested in developing your skills. These are generally listed as activity requests but some also go on our Eventbrite page.
STEM Learning have online training especially for STEM Ambassadors, ranging from practical activity ideas to hints and tips for your first activity.
Here are some photographs relating to the STEM Ambassadors programme.
STEM Inspiration Awards
Helping you achieve the Government’s careers strategy and Gatsby benchmarks
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