STEM Ambassador Impact Toolkit
STEM Ambassadors themselves can contribute to the collection of data to measure the impact of the STEM Ambassador Programme by using the STEM Ambassador Impact Toolkit.
The STEM Ambassador Impact Toolkit has been developed as a quick and easy method of collecting data about the impact of your engagement on the young people involved.
You can download the STEM Ambassador Impact Toolkit Guidance and the Data Collection sheets from the Downloads section below.
Young people will mark their agreement to four statements about engagement, aspirations, skills and careers using a 4-point scale.
You can submit the data you collect to your regional STEM Ambassador Hub (for Merseyside and Cheshire, this is All About STEM).
They will collate all the information provided and submit it to STEM Learning. Your volunteering will then contribute to the national picture of the impact of the STEM Ambassador Programme.
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