Sharon Grant is the Senior Training Consultant at Caterpillar UK based in Peterlee, and has dedicated much of her time as a STEM Ambassador, to help inspire the next generation.
Based in Newcastle, Perfect Image are an end-to-end IT solutions provider servicing companies from SMEs to large scale multi-national organisations. Rob is also a STEM ambassador and has dedicated much of his time to inspiring the next generation.
The Common Room of the Great North is a charity based in Newcastle which uses the unique industrial heritage of the North East, and it’s building,to inspire the next generation of innovators and engineers. Based in the impressive Grade II* listed Neville Hall building near Central Station, The Common Room celebrates the region’s engineering history through education and engagement.
Cherakee is the Education and Employer Engagement Coordinator at The Edge Foundation and her role is to help bridge the gap between education and employment.
The Edge Fundation is an independent charity dedicated to shaping the future of education in the UK. They believe that a coherent, unified and holistic education system can support social equity and enable all young people to fulfil their potential with their mission being 'To give all yound people the opportunity to achieve their potential'.
Regarded as one of the most dynamic and innovative players in the Point of Purchase (POP) industry, Simpson Group strives to be the clear market leader in cutting-edge, in-store marketing and high-quality point of sale campaigns. Achieving this through investment in pioneering technology and offering client-benefitting services, the company is well known in the North East for its impressive approach to business and its understanding of its influence on the surrounding community.
Children’s author and former TV presenter, Konnie Huq is the latest speaker to be unveiled at this year’s virtual STEMFest in Space festival.
Konnie, who is the longest serving female presenter on the popular children’s TV show Blue Peter, will join event host, Dallas Campbell for a fun interactive session which will be watched by hundreds of schools, colleges and youth community groups across the UK.
Geologist and former NASA astronaut, Kathy Sullivan who made history by becoming the first American woman to walk in space, will take centre stage at this year’s virtual STEMFest in Space festival.
Are you an SME based in the North East? You can access this fully funded course and learn how to grow your personal & professional network from home with this fun interactive business networking course
Tamma Carel is an environmental consultant and trainer who set up her company in 2015. Being from South Africa, she named the company Imvelo which is the Zulu word for environment. The company is grounded in environmental awareness and this is her passion.
Schools, colleges and community groups across the region are counting down to one of the biggest space and astronomy events in the calendar.
The STEMFest in Space virtual event combines classroom and hands-on learning in an exciting, fun-packed day, showcasing the many wonders of space. It is a perfect opportunity for learning about careers within the space sector and a chance to meet real astronauts and inspirational speakers.
Find out what Luan Swinbank from Venator does on a daily basis, and how she came into her role as assistant country accountant.
It’s time to meet the team behind North East Ambition at RTC and first up is Janine Marshall, Education Team Leader. Janine is a qualified trainer and an experienced facilitator who has delivered enterprise animation activities to encourage young people of all ages to consider STEM careers. She has worked on outreach activities covering a wide range of topics and, through this work, has developed a number of innovative tools to support idea generation and business startup.