Do you want to inspire young people to get involved in STEM?
The British Council in Vietnam is offering you the opportunity to join a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Ambassador Network as part of an exciting project entitled ‘Promote school girls’ interest and participation in science and innovation through STEM education and digital skills’. The project aims to provide better opportunities for girls from secondary and high schools in Vietnam to explore their potential and become empowered to pursue STEM subjects at university level and careers in STEM associated fields. The project seeks to address Vietnam’s current deficit in STEM-specialist human resources and this STEM ambassador network initiative is part of a broader response to Industrial Revolution 4.0 challenges.
Being a STEM Ambassador is about motivating young people to engage with science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and about encouraging students to consider further study and STEM related careers. Essentially, you will be tasked with inspiring the next generation of STEM professionals.
As a STEM Ambassador, you will be equipped with the essential skills, knowledge, procedural and role expectation information. You will need to work with teachers and schools students to cascading learning about STEM and developing STEM-related projects in school.