STEM Ambassadors come from all walks of life, which is just as well as we receive a diverse range of requests for ambassador support from schools, organisations & other partners. From Chemistry with Cabbage, Jelly Baby DNA or Robot Wars, to careers fairs, mentoring or judging a competition, we're sure you'll find something to float your boat or whet your whistle!
All the latest UK-wide STEM Ambassador volunteering opportunities are available to view on STEM Networking. However, we email all our Merseyside, Cheshire and Warrington ambassadors approximately every fortnight with the most up to date requests for our regions. If you’re interested in volunteering for any of the opportunities advertised, get in quick! Some of the requests get snapped up immediately!
You can view the latest local ambassador requests by clicking the link below:
Activities and Resources
When you’ve taken part in any Ambassador activities, we’d really appreciate it if you could spare a few minutes to give us some feedback to help us to improve your volunteering experiences and to measure the impact of the STEM Ambassador Programme. You can click this link to access our STEM Ambassador Feedback Survey.
Logging Your STEM Ambassador Activity
It’s also really important that you log, on your STEM Ambassador profile, any activities you take part in. Log in to the STEMNetworking website using the email & password you used when you first registered as a STEM Ambassador. If you need some help, there is a set of instructions in the downloads section of this page that provides step-by-step instructions. You can log your activities up to 6 months in advance & adding them prior to the event, activates STEM Learning’s insurance cover.
All About STEM is always out and about. Here we bring you stories of what we’ve done and news items about things we’re planning. We’re adding new items regularly so come back to see what we’re up to.
Big Bang North West: Big Bang @ Priestley College
What a STEMsational day! On the 14th of February, Priestley College hosted a Big Bang event for local schools facilitated by The Big Bang North West and generously sponsored by Higher Horizons. Beamont Collegiate Academy, Padgate Academy, Penketh High School & Bridgewater ...View our news
LPW Technology Sponsor Halton Heat of the LCR Make It Work Robotics Challenge!
Awesome news! We are overjoyed to announce that LPW Technology will be our Halton Heat sponsor for the Liverpool City Region Make It Work Robotics Challenge! The Liverpool City Region Make It Work Robotics Challenge for schools, is supported by the ...View our news
British Science Association: Getting More Women Into Science
11th February 2016 was the first ‘International Day of Women and Girls in Science’. It was in response to the persistent underrepresentation of women in science disciplines and careers. Why does it matter that women are under-represented in science?What can we ...View our news