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 30,000 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...


Working with young people

Ambassadors and employers

  • 33,000
    STEM Ambassadors in the UK

  • 640,000
    hours volunteered per year 

  • 7000
    different, diverse employers engaged

Latest STEM Ambassadors news

  • STEM Ambassadors and SIP announce partnership

    New partnership set to inspire the next generation of scientific talent 

    STEM Ambassadors and the Science Industry Partnership (SIP) have announced a new collaboration to support employers in developing a pipeline of future...

  • Governing an effective careers programme

    The role of a school governor takes dedication, a sense of purpose and a willingness to support young people through their formative years. When it comes to delivering high quality careers education, school governors are uniquely positioned to...
  • Supporting your behaviour management - top 10 tips

    Many schools have been reporting an increase in poor or disruptive behaviour, citing the disruption to learning caused by the pandemic as the primary reason. Whether behaviour has deteriorated or not has been open to debate amongst the education...

  • Hands-on practical work in science: does it really matter?

    Dr Jasper Green, Her Majesty's Inspector and Ofsted's Subject Lead for Science, writes about why hands-on practical work matters by considering its purpose in relation to the curriculum...   
  • Join our Climate Change Virtual Careers Fair

    STEM Learning, in partnership with AECOM, are excited to invite teachers and students to attend their virtual careers fair between 1st and 12th November 2021 to coincide with COP26.