Auditioning the STEM Ambassadors

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This video shows the process of auditioning 16 STEM Ambassadors hoping to take part in a series of Teachers TV films profiling their work experience. The 16 finalists were challenged to enthuse and engage the panel of judges, a group of schoolchildren, with a five-minute activity. The video gives introduces the project, some the finalists and illustrates their background in STEM. Each one talks about the importance of being a STEM Ambassador for them and what they feel they have to offer students. The videos contained in this collection illustrate the work of the following STEM Ambassadors: * Charlotte Bailey: Trainee Plant Analyst * Chris Styles: Applications Engineer * Faye Cashman: Spacecraft Engineer * Graham Gannon: Entrepreneur * Leo Garcia: PhD Student at the Institute of Cancer Research * Sheila Kanani: Planetary Scientist

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