The main purpose of the STEM Ambassadors Programme is to support pupils, teachers and schools by enriching and enhancing the curriculum, thereby encouraging an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematical (STEM) subjects. STEM Ambassadors are a FREE resource to teachers and schools.
STEM Ambassadors are aspiring role models from STEM backgrounds who volunteer their time to help young people. This can include helping in the classroom, extra curricular events and career talks.
More specifically, the scheme is intended to assist in:
There are many ways that STEM Ambassadors can assist, such as,
STEM Ambassadors are asked to commit to assisting at one event/project per year as a minimum. Ambassadors with time to commit are linked up with specific schools and liaise with teachers to arrange what they could best do to support that school.
STEM Ambassadors are a free resource, with the key aim of flexibility. It is important to acknowledge that STEM Ambassadors are volunteers, giving of their time and experience.
If you have decided that acting as a role model for young people through the STEM Ambassadors (formerly SEAs) scheme appeals to you then this is the place to start!
For further information please see: