STEM Ambassadors programme

26 October 2012

If you are interested in outreach, have you considered becoming a STEM Ambassador? The STEM Ambassadors Programme enables teachers to make links from the curriculum to how STEM is practised in the world of work, illuminating applications across a vast range of careers.

STEM Ambassadors are people from STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) backgrounds who volunteer as inspiring role models for young people. They can contribute to regular lessons or participate in extra-curricular activities such as STEM Clubs, Careers Days and visits. STEM Ambassadors open the door to a whole new world for young people, helping them to see STEM subjects and careers with a fresh perspective and engage their interest and imagination in new ways.
Each Ambassador is registered, trained and CRB checked.

If we have enough students in our department who are interested, we can arrange a bespoke training day at UCL. Please contact Kirstie if you are interested in doing this, and if you have any questions.

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