STEM Ambassadors come from a wide range of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) related jobs and disciplines across the UK volunteering their time and enthusiasm to help bring STEM subjects to life and demonstrate the value and career opportunities. You can become a STEM Ambassador and help to inspire the next generation of young people across the UK.
This webinar will cover what STEM Ambassadors do, the background and impact of the STEM Ambassador programme, why IES members should join as volunteers and guidance for how to get involved.
Sign up to our STEM Ambassador training workshop on the 14th May and become an ambassador this Spring.
About the speaker
Natalie Cheung (STEM Ambassador Coordinator, STEM Learning) is an award-winning volunteer and engineer. She is passionate about promoting opportunities for all in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and now works to deliver the STEM Ambassador programme in London. As a long-time STEM Ambassador herself, Natalie has promoted careers in STEM at schools, libraries, museums, universities and youth groups to raise awareness of STEM opportunities. For her volunteer work and active citizenship, Natalie was awarded the YMCA England and Wales Young Leader of the Year 2018, University of Manchester Medal of Social Responsibility in 2019 and Women’s Engineering Society Amy Johnson Inspiration Award 2019. Contact Natalie Cheung and the STEM Ambassador London Hub to find out how the STEM Ambassadors programme can support you and your organisation.