What could a STEM Ambassador do for your school?

STEM Ambassadors bring enthusiasm and support to classroom projects. Teachers and schools benefit from access to quality-assured volunteers who can help in a variety of ways. Via STEM Ambassadors, teachers can not only get support for enriching and enhancing the curriculum through activities or events, but can also increase their own understanding of the career paths to which STEM subjects can lead. Schools can benefit from enhanced links with local business or individual volunteers with valuable skills.

For more information please visit the About STEM Ambassadors page.

Request a STEM Ambassador

If you would like to request a STEM Ambassador to support your school and help with careers, STEM activities, challenges, and Clubs to enthuse your pupils in the STEM subjects, please register as a school user here and submit your request online, or email our STEM Ambassador Co-ordinator.



Fast Track Your Career and Get Paid

There are many reasons why your students may want to choose to undertake a Year in Industry.

A Year in Industry can fast track their future career, greatly improving employment prospects. 97% of students who have undertaken a Year in Industry feel they are more employable, as it adds massive value to a CV as well as greatly increasing confidence and maturity levels.

  • They will be paid a proper salary
  • Be expected to undertake a challenging job, which will both be stretching and relevant for their future studies and career path.
  • EDT provide an optional maths course for all students
  • Business management course included during placement - at no extra cost
  • Support throughout the placements from YINI and the placement company
  • The possibility of summer placements through university
  • Possible sponsorship through university
  • Apply on line at the website.

For further information please refer to the leaflets:

Introduction to the year in Industry.

Project Summary.

Download a Poster from the website.

STEM Challenges

STEM Challenges

The first batch of adapted STEM Challenge resource packs are now available to download, free of charge, from the STEM Challenges website.

STEM Learning manages the STEM Challenges programme which started as a series of Challenge competitions for secondary schools.

Each Challenge was originally inspired by London 2012 and aimed to provide students, aged 11-14 years, with an opportunity to use their STEM skills and help provide a real-life context for these skills. Now that London 2012 is over, STEM Learning has adapted the original Challenge resource packs, so they can continue to remain relevant and useful to schools in the long-term. Each STEM Challenge is designed to take 6-8 weeks and is an ideal activity to carry out in a STEM Club environment. Each pack also includes two STEM Ambassador case studies linked to the Challenge theme.

You can download all of the materials to carry out all the Challenges in your class or club.

Full details are contained in the website .