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STEM Ambassadors

Wednesday 3rd October 2018

Can you help us develop STEM activities in The Boys' Brigade? 

STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from a wide range of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) related jobs and disciplines, along with enthusiasts from all walks of life. They offer their time and enthusiasm to help inspire children and young people to bring STEM subjects to life, demonstrating the value of them in life, education and in careers.

Scotland has three STEM ambassador hubs:

  • North – Aberdeen Science Centre
  • East – Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline
  • West – Science Connect, Glasgow University

Would you like to be the STEM ambassador for your area or battalion?

As a STEM ambassador you will register with STEM UK programme, complete induction training, develop STEM programme materials, and champion STEM learning within the battalion and wider organisation.

To register you interest in becoming a STEM ambassador for your battalion contact Ian McCallum with brief profile of why you are interested in the role.  E: ian.mccallum@boys-brigade.org.uk

 

 

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  1. Martin Dunbar says:

    I have worked for Scottish Water and its predecessors for 37 years. I trained in Civil Engineering to HNC level and have an HNC in Water Operations with Management. I am also a member of the Institute for Water as an Incorporated Engineer. I am still involved operationally although more to do with customer enquiries or complaints which involves me looking at engineering solutions to help resolve customers issues. I would be happy to get involved as a STEM Ambassador.