Inspire the next Generation!

Young Engineers and Science Clubs are looking for organisations to bring STEM to life for young people across Scotland.

At our STEM Celebration events, young learners take on STEM challenges (set by industry partners) and showcase the projects they have been working on at school including our Climate Smarter and Carbon Capture and Storage projects. They will also learn more about career opportunities in the world of STEM.

The day is an ideal opportunity to highlight industry and academic opportunities available to the local young people and we hope you will be keen to be involved.

To help inspire the next generation of STEM leaders, visit the event page or to find out more contact yesc@prosper.scot. You are welcome to sign-up for multiple events!

Dyce, Aberdeen (2nd May 2024) Contact thomas.wild@prosper.scot for booking link

Shetland Museum & Archives, Shetland (8th May 2024)

National Mining Museum Scotland, Midlothian (14th May 2024)

Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh (22nd May 2024)

King Street Halls, Orkney (29th May 2024)

Inverness College UHI, Scottish School of Forestry, Inverness (6th June 2024)

Carnegie Conference Centre, Fife (11th June 2024)

STEM Event at Aberdeen Science Centre

YESC Event at Aberdeen Science Centre

Aberdeen , Scotland, Friday, 22 April 2022 SCDI YESC Event at Aberdeen Science Centre Picture by Jonathan Addie/Michal Wachucik/Abermedia

Aberdeen , Scotland, Friday, 22 April 2022 SCDI YESC Event at Aberdeen Science Centre Picture by Jonathan Addie/Michal Wachucik/Abermedia

Pic Alan Richardson Pix-AR.co.uk Free to Use From the SCDI Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland Dundee Celebration Event

Pic Alan Richardson Pix-AR.co.uk Free to Use From the SCDI Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland Dundee Celebration Event

Dundee Celebration Event

Great opportunity for the pupils to showcase STEM learning in schools. Fantastic opportunity for pupils to speak to real-life STEM engineers and apply their learning to real-life situations/activities.

Mrs Duncan
Teacher, Danestone Primary