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STEM Ambassador Induction

  • CodeBase Stirling 8 - 10 Corn Exchange Road Stirling, Scotland, FK8 2HU United Kingdom (map)

Being a STEM Ambassador is about engaging and enthusing young people with science, technology, engineering and mathematics. You will help encourage students to consider further study of STEM subjects and progression into related careers, inspiring the next generation of STEM professionals.

It offers the chance to give something back to education and the wider community, whilst giving you the chance to develop your own skills and improve yourself.

Your STEM Ambassador journey

Register as a STEM Ambassador.
Connect to your local STEM Ambassador Hub.
Complete your free of charge Enhanced Disclosure Check.
Complete an induction.
Receive your ID card and become an approved STEM Ambassador.
Start volunteering.



Before you attend your induction session, it’s vital that you first of all register on line to become a
STEM Ambassador. Registration is quick and simple.
Please register at and select East of Scotland as your region. Please
upload a picture to your profile when registering. This will be needed for later.
Once you have completed this, an automatic e-mail is generated notifying us of your registration.

 If you already have a PVG certificate (Protection of Vulnerable Groups), or any form of
Disclosure ie Basic, standard, enhanced, you must bring this with you.
 A note of your National Insurance number.
 If you have a Passport (even if expired) its essential you bring this along.
 If you have a driving licence you must bring this with you (even if provisional).
 If you don’t have a passport or driving licence, please bring your birth certificate.
 When completing your PVG Application you need to provide a 5 year address history,
knowing full address & post code and month and year residernt from at each address.
(you don’t need to provide evidence)
 At least 2 letters/bills/documents that contain your name and current
address- ie bill, bank statement, mobile phone bill, credit card statement, council tax
letter, HM Revenue letter, student award ID, tenancy agreement (A photocard driving
licence with a current address acts as both photographic ID and address ID).

NB If you haven’t registered before the induction session or don’t have all the
above information, it will not be possible to proceed with your induction
Questions? Please call us on 01383 559123 and ask for Kevin McKeever

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