Jump to content
STEM
Employers & Institutions FAQ's

How do I find out information about the STEM Programme?

Please go to our website - https://www.stem.org.uk/audience/employers, our website gives you lots of information as to why your company should be involved in the STEM programme and the benefits to you and your employees.

How to arrange a STEM Induction on site – If you have approximately ten potential STEM ambassadors or more, we could arrange to hold the induction on your premises. Please contact the local STEM hub to arrange a date and time.

How much time out of the business is needed?

We ask ambassadors to undertake and log one activity every six months, so this could cover two half days or two full days.

What are the benefits of joining the STEM LEARNING programme?

  • Engage and develop your employees
  • Raise your profile within the local community, whilst expanding your regional and national media presence
  • Promote your apprentice roles directly to schools and colleges close to your facilities
  • Support your recruitment efforts, boosting your future technical and graduate talent pipeline
  • Offer specific and sector careers information to young people and their influencers

We also offer venue hire, Tailor made web presence, training and consultancy.

How do I engage in my local schools?

All company ambassadors are able to search activities happening in the local area through our database however, if there are any schools who you would like to directly work with then please get in touch with your local hub and we will introduce you to them.

Back to previous page

Latest News

Meet our Ambassadors

We have an amazing variety of STEM ambassadors from companies across the North East, voluntering hours, to help inspire the next generation. There are a whole host of different ways you can get involved and play your part in shaping the regions future workforce. Find out  how some of our Ambasadors have achieved this.

18/Jan/2021

STEM Ambassadors for Non-School Groups

STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from a wide range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics related jobs and disciplines across the UK. They offer their time and enthusiasm to help bring STEM subjects to life and demonstrate the value of them in life and careers. 

16/Nov/2020
Footer Image
RTC North
Twitter Twitter Twitter