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

  • 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...

  • Inspiring children on International Women in Engineering Day

    23rd June is International Women in Engineering Day. I know that there are recognition days all the time - but what makes this one particularly special? 

    A few years ago, I had the privilege of spending time in a school in a London suburb...

  • STEM Learning and Goldman Sachs launch science & computing summer camps

    School students in Year 10 and Year 12 across England are set to take part in a set of new science and computing summer camps developed by STEM Learning, with support from Goldman Sachs Gives.

    The initiative will see up to 20 STEM summer...

  • STEM Clubs for extended school days

    Some of the most valuable time that I spent as a teacher was working with groups of students after normal school hours. The pressure was off to cover the normal curriculum topics and we could go deeper into project-based work, where...

  • From STEM Apprentice to STEM Ambassador

    There are more routes into a STEM career than many people realise. After leaving traditional education aged 14, George Garner studied engineering alongside his GCSEs before taking an apprenticeship. He now works for Cavendish Nuclear and...

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