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Teachers and youth group leaders

Welcome primary and secondary school teacher, youth, community and uniform group leaders and anyone planning a STEM event.

Getting started

The first thing to do is create a profile on the website, from there you access STEM Ambassadors STEM Club resources and more.  Make sure you sign up to the newsletters too!

Create a profile on the website:

Training and Events

Information Session

Information Session

A chance for teachers and youth/community group leaders to find out more about the STEM Ambassador Programme.

Pub Quiz

Pub Quiz

Join us for a fun online pub quiz!

Resources

Spotlight Profile Library

Browse to STEM Ambassador Spotlight profiles here.

STEM Learning Website

There are lots of fantastic resources available on the STME Learning website, start browsing here.

Teacher Handbook

Find out more about how to engage with the STEM Ambassador programme and make the most out of your experience here.

STEM Future Booklet

This resource can help you to structure and plan your sessions, click here.

Youth and Community Leader Handbook

Find out more about how to engage with the STEM Ambassador programme and make the most out of your experience here.

The STEM Ambassador Team

The STEM Ambassador Hub North Scotland is coordinated by a team based in Aberdeen Science Centre, with members of staff in Aberdeen and Thurso.  Wherever you are and whoever you are you can find someone to help.

Contact the hub at stemambassadors@asc.scot.

Debbie Mathers

STEM Ambassador Co-ordinator

Pat Kieran

STEM Ambassador Co-ordinator

Karen MacDonald

Administrator

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