Our Services

STEM subjects are brought to life by over 37,000 volunteers, available across the UK, all free of charge.

Contact the London team for specific requests and guidance.



Supporting learning: help young people to understand the real world applications of their learning


Illuminating careers: showcase different roles and pathways into industry, raising awareness of important skills in the workplace


Raising aspirations: help young people meet a wide range of inspiring role models, encouraging them to think about their future

Benefits of using STEM Ambassadors in your classroom

Increased engagement in STEM

Increased awareness on the importance of STEM

Increased understanding of STEM subjects

Increased understanding of why STEM subjects are important in the workplace

Increased aspiration and knowledge of STEM careers

Ideas for using STEM Ambassadors in schools

Judging Competitions

STEM Ambassadors can be judges for your events or competitions. They can judge remotely or attend in person, providing you with an external official for your young people to impress.

Employability Workshops

Request STEM Ambassadors to deliver an employability skills workshop, supporting young people to develop skills such as team work, communication and problem solving. 

Support a STEM Club

Request STEM Ambassadors to support your STEM Club sessions, events and competitions. STEM Ambassadors can deliver activities or be a judge or mentor for a particular STEM Club challenge.

Provide a STEM workshop

Request a workshop that lets young people experience a STEM activity and develop employability skills like teamwork, problem solving and communication.

To access a STEM Ambassador simply sign in to your dashboard or create an account now. You can also use the STEM Teacher app to manage your activity requests. 

Some feedback

Quotes from teachers and youth leaders have said about the STEM Ambassador programme.

It challenges stereotypes, instills a more ‘can-do’ attitude for STEM subjects and now they think ‘why not me?’

Headteacher, Manchester

It’s really powerful for young people to see somebody in front of them; to see a pathway

Head of Programmes, UK Youth

The sessions really reignited the staff’s enthusiasm for our subject

Head of Science, South Tyneside