Ambassador fact file
What is a STEM Ambassador?
STEM Ambassadors are volunteers of all ages working in a range of STEM related roles from apprentice engineers to geologists and from nuclear physicists to zoologists. Not only do they have a lot of fun, but they get an opportunity to contribute to their local community and boost their skills and confidence.
What do they do?
There are lots of ways that STEM Ambassadors can get involved; giving careers talks, helping out with STEM Clubs, running workshops in local schools, and much, much more. You can do as little or as much as you want, come up with your own ideas or choose an activity from our regular e-mail updates.
Will I get any training?
After they have completed their Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check, all STEM Ambassadors receive an induction into working in the classroom and, of course, our regional representative will make sure that you get the help and support you need.
So what shall I do next?
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