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STEMNET creates opportunities to inspire young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. This enables young people to develop their creativity, problem-solving and employability skills, widens their choices and supports the UK’s future competitiveness

Working with young people and teachers

STEMNET works primarily with schools and colleges, helping young people and their teachers access a range of STEM Enhancement & Enrichment opportunities including STEM Clubs, links with STEM Ambassadors and activities featured in the STEM Directories.

Teachers can contact STEMNET for free advice on STEM Enhancement & Enrichment (E&E), and assistance in identifying what STEM E&E can most benefit them and their students.

By working with local experts, STEMNET can provide tailored advice and assistance quickly and easily to schools and colleges across the UK.

Employers inspiring young people

Employers can help schools and colleges bring STEM to life for their students, through involvement in classroom projects, talks, visits, work placements or helping with STEM Clubs.

The STEM Ambassadors Programme enables anyone with STEM skills to inspire young people (5-19 year olds) by demonstrating the possibilities of STEM subject and careers.

Over 650 schools are affiliated with the STEM clubs Network.

 The STEM Clubs Network website, launched in September, allows schools/clubs to network and share information and activity ideas.

STEMNET are working in partnership with LOCOG to deliver the STEM Challenges – 10 activities inspired by London 2012. Each one is a competition and focuses on a different aspect of the preparations or the event itself. .

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