5 February 2013
SCI's London Group
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Share your enthusiasm, commitment and passion for science with young people by becoming a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) ambassador. As a STEM ambassador you will engage with schools to provide teachers with your expertise, experience and enthusiasm for your subject, and contribute to a multitude of different programmes and activities for students.
The benefits for young people are immeasurable. Acting as a STEM ambassador you will have the opportunity to make a real difference and gain a sense of achievement by imparting your extensive skills and expertise to young people in schools. Our picture shows how much enjoyment school students can have in chemistry classes, in this case in making casein.
To find out more, come along on the evening of Tuesday 5 February. A panel of experts will talk about being a STEM ambassador and we hope will inspire you to impart your scientific knowledge at grass-roots level to nurture the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians.
Department of Chemistry
University College London
20 Gordon Street
London, WC1H 0AJ
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The lecture will be preceded by tea/coffee in the Nyholm room and followed by a Mixer in the Nyholm Room.
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Dr Jasbir Singh Lota, Head of STEM at Parmiter's School. He will speak on how young people benefit from STEM activities and how STEM ambassadors can enhance their experience.
Mr Steve Plumridge, CEO of Cantium Scientific Ltd is a STEM ambassador. He will speak about his experiences and how it works for him.
Dr Laura Fenner, a UCL alumnus, will speak about how being a STEM ambassador fitted around her studies.
Mr Adrian Fenton manages the CREST programme. He will tell you how CREST is related to being a STEM ambassador and how you can get involved as a CREST mentor.
Mrs Leslie Whyte-Venables, Regional Network Manager East of England, will give details on how to become a STEM ambassador.