STEM Ambassadors

 

STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) related jobs or fields. As a STEM Ambassador, your role will involve meeting young people and helping them build a picture of what it’s like to work in your industry.

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. 

This volunteering opportunity is provided by STEM Learning, a national charity that delivers programmes creating opportunities for young people through STEM initiatives. IMechE works extremely closely with STEM Learning to raise awareness of the programme. This means that even more engineers have the opportunity to share their enthusiasm for engineering with young people.

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Upon successful completion of the STEM Ambassador registration process, make sure you contact the IMechE Ambassadors Team via ambassador@imeche.org to request that your membership record is flagged as a STEM Ambassador.

Don't forget to update your CV and your social media profiles to confirm your STEM Ambassador status. 


How to register as a STEM Ambassador 

 

Registration is free, quick and easy.

Registration is through STEM Learning. Through them, you will be given a free induction course as well as gain an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, a legal requirement for working with schools and young people.

Download further information and full details on how to register.


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