Looking for: Speaker (free)
Looking for: Speaker (free), Speaker (paid) and Volunteer
Chester SciBar (Science Bar) delivers free, short talks to the public on the first Tuesday of the month in The Lock Keeper in Chester. We are always on the lookout for speakers. These can be professionals, students or enthusiasts. Talks can be about any area of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) and only need to be about 20-30 minutes long (but go on longer if you want!) and understandable to the lay public. Get in touch if you would be willing to deliver a talk.
Dear fellow STEM enthusiasts, I am a primary school teacher at Terrace Road. I am emailing to invite you to take part in celebrating 'British Science Week' with us between the 9th-13th of March 2020. I plan to organise a week full of events within our school located in Mount Pleasant (Swansea) with the vision of many experts within this field to come and visit and share their story. We would very much like to make this week truly inspirational and memorable for our pupils!
Looking for: Speaker (free)
I’m looking for an exciting scientist to visit our school to lead an assembly or workshops to launch Science Week in our school. The theme this year is ‘Our Diverse Planet’ but I would be happy for any Science topic that will engage and spark the interest of primary school children.
Hi there! I am organising Science week at the primary school I work in to coincide with British Science Week in 2020.My aim is to get children enthused and motivated about Science and also open their mind to the wide range of STEM careers available. As a school, we are working hard to challenge the gender stereotypes associated with STEM subjects and I also aim to tackle this during Science Week too with people coming in to talk about their STEM career. I would love any support people can offer!
I am looking for someone to carry out a workshop or a presentation during BSW 6-15 March 2020 with our secondary school students. The theme for the year is "our diverse planet" however, following the theme is not a must.
We are passionate about ensuring that children see themselves as scientists of the future and explore the vast opportunities science provides. Our British Science Week event will inspire through showing some of the fantastic, fun, rewarding careers that rely on scientific skills and understanding and to show that anyone can be a scientist, regardless of their background, and that science is not just for crazy professors! Share your path, activities and inspire the next generation of scientists.
We are hosting a STEM week in our school in order to inspire and spark curiosity in children's minds to understand the integral role that STEM plays in the world around us. We really want to enthuse and encourage the children to enjoy our STEM week full of activities and would like to invite a STEM Ambassador to join us in engaging with the pupils to promote understanding and interest. We are looking for a STEM Ambassador who would be able to speak in an assembly to kick start our STEM week.