As of 1 July 2015, the University of Birmingham no longer holds the STEMNET contract for Management of the STEM Ambassadors Programme and Schools STEM Advisory Network for Birmingham and Solihull.
The new sub-regional contract holder for Birmingham & Solihull is Entrust Support Services Ltd.
STEMNET is a national organisation which creates opportunities to inspire young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). It helps encourage young people to be well informed about STEM, able to engage fully in debate, and make decisions about STEM related issues. This enables them to develop their creativity, problem-solving and employability skills, widens their choices and supports the UK’s future competitiveness.
Birmingham and Solihull STEM Centre
The Birmingham and Solihull STEM Centre is dedicated to showing young people the variety of opportunities that are open to them through taking Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects.
– Impartial advice to teachers about enhancement and enrichment of the STEM curriculum
– Opportunities for employers to engage with schools
– Inspiring role models for young people to aspire to
-Real world context to the STEM curriculum
If you are interested in finding out how you can become a STEM Ambassador & carry out public engagement in schools, get in touch with Sarah Cosgriff:
STEM Centre (Birmingham and Solihull)
Entrust Support Services Ltd
5th Floor, Fort Dunlop
T: 07966 328774