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Inspiring and Empowering Students with STEM Skills

We are the STEM Ambassador Hub North East England covering Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, County Durham and Tees Valley. Our vision is a World-Leading STEM Education for All Young People.

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Support for Teachers

Helping influencers of Young people to cascade learning and development

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Support for Employers & Institutions

Supporting employers to develop their current and potential future workforce

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Support for STEM Ambassadors

Working as a role model to influence future workforce and industry leaders

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Support for Community & Youth Groups Leaders

Supporting those reaching out to young people outside the traditional classroom

Mentoring

MentoringRTC North is proud to be running the Regional Mentoring Programme Funded by the Careers and Enterprise Company and in collaboration with the North East and Tees Valley LEPs

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Big Bang North East

Big BangThe Big Bang Near Me is a UK-wide programme of regional events to get students excited about science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

In the North East it is delivered by RTC North, and brings together regional partners, industry, a 1200 strong ambassador network and a mix of organisations delivering the STEM agenda.

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Five tips on how to get involved in the STEM agenda to inspire and educate the future workforce

Five tips on how to get involved in the STEM agenda to inspire and educate the future workforce

Engaging as a business with the next generation, is a great way to increase staff morale, upskill your workforce, raise brand awareness and help close the future skills gap. 

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CAD2CODE – teaching the next generation with Robots

CAD2CODE – teaching the next generation with Robots

CAD2CODE do some amazing work teaching the next generation, invaluable STEM skills with the help of robots. Since Michael Nelson founder of CAD2CODE left teaching to set up the business, he has helped to develop and spark the interest of STEM subjects for thousands of young people across the region. Using robotics as a tool for teaching these skills, in a hands-on and creative way.

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