If you are passionate about inspiring the next generation of engineers by sharing your experiences with young people, you might be interested in becoming a STEM ambassador.
STEM ambassadors are either scientists, technologists, engineers or mathematicians.
As a STEM ambassador your role could range from speaking to children 5-16 years old and conducting an experiment, to judging a school STEM competition or helping at a careers’ fair.
This volunteering opportunity is provided by STEMNET, a national charity that delivers programmes creating opportunities for young people through STEM initiatives. We work extremely closely with STEMNET to raise awareness of the programme. This means that even more engineers have the opportunity to share their enthusiasm for engineering with children.
Becoming a Code Club Mentor
You will be enthusiastic about STEM subjects and want to encourage young people to enjoy them.
You will be a scientist, technologist, engineer or mathematician.
You need to have an Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) background check.
Get started with just your name and email it’s as simple as that.