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STEM Teachers

We are here to help you - all free of charge

The STEM Ambassador Programme is a free resource for teachers, schools and colleges to help inspire your students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Computing. Each volunteer Ambassador is registered and DBS checked and they can help you in a number of ways. Typical activities include :

  • Assisting with STEM Clubs
  • Helping add a work related perspective to curriculum topics like energy, health and sustainability
  • Providing insights into career opportunities arising from STEM Qualifications
  • Organising workplace visits
  • Working as mentors or assessors for student projects, helping encourage them and develop their motivation and employability skills

Find out more about STEM Learning's offer here.

Future STEM Networking Events 

Come and network with local STEM Ambassadors to see how they could support you. See the latest Networking events and sign up on Eventbrite.

Request a STEM Ambassador

To request support from a STEM Ambassador please complete the form here.

STEM Planning

Many schools find planning their STEM Agenda can be tricky. Visit STEM learning to get useful advice on how to plan you cross curricula STEM support. You can also request a meeting or phone call with a member of the STEM Hub Team, please complete the form here.

Contact us

STEM Project Manager
Zoe Chesher

STEM Education Consultant
Linda Scott

Black Country Area Lead
Liz Smith 

Coventry, Warwickshire, Solihull Area Lead
Katie Hilder

Herefordshire & Worcestershire Area Lead
Juliette Kay

Birmingham Area Lead
Sue Hawkins

STEM Administrator
Rhona Davis


Visiting in person

The STEM Hub office address is: Peirson Building G008, University of Worcester, St John's Campus, Henwick Grove, Worcester WR2 6AJ

If you are coming to visit us in person, have a look at our Find Us pages to see the best ways to get here.