STEM Ambassador Programme

Life-changing impact for young people, delivered by STEM professionals in classrooms and communities.

STEM subjects are brought to life by over 37,000 volunteers, available across the UK, all free of charge. Inspiring communicators and relatable role models, they are here to help now, by connecting online. Aspirations raised, careers illuminated and learning supported.

To request a STEM Ambassador, become one or support our inspiring programme, see below...

Note: if you have applied to be a STEM Ambassador and are seeking an update on your application, DBS or PVG check, please contact SARegistration@stem.org.uk

 

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Latest STEM Ambassadors news

  • Making a big STEM impact on Asteroid Day

    What have Queen guitarist Brian May, Apollo 9 astronaut Rusty Schweickart and filmmaker Grig Richters all got in common? (No, this is not the start of a bad joke.)  They are all co-founders, along with Danica Remy from the B612 Foundation, of...

  • How to develop a STEM sweet tooth on World Chocolate Day

    7 July is World Chocolate Day - and is a great opportunity to explore this wonderful material with your classes.

    Whenever I think of chocolate, I instantly go to Michael Rosen’s brilliant poem 'Chocolate'.

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  • Maisie Keogh: Patients, PhDs, and Biomedical Engineering

    With an interest in chemistry, physics and medicine, Maisie Keogh wasn't sure which area of science she should pursue at university. By keeping her options open she has combined multiple disciples into a PH.D in Biomedical Engineering. Motivated...

  • Civil Engineering, a career to be proud of

    International Women in Engineering Day is on 23 June, so all this week we are profiling a range of female STEM Ambassadors working in engineering. We spoke to Amanda Shaw from Aecom about her career journey into civil engineering.

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  • The magnificent legacy of Alan Turing

    During the Second World War, Alan Turing worked for the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, Britain's codebreaking centre that produced Ultra intelligence. For a time, he led Hut 8, the section that was responsible for German...

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