2024 Youth STEM Matters is led by an incredible team of young volunteers from around the world. They’re creating a platform for youth globally to share their research, ideas and innovations to tackle the world’s biggest challenges.
The roles Available include:
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Join a global community of youth researchers, innovators and changemakers
Develop new skills, including teamwork, communication, critical evaluation, scientific writing, leadership and project management
Use Youth STEM Matters to gain volunteering hours
Additional opportunities to get involved in, like speaking at events, sharing your voice on our (& our partners’) platforms, or interviewing awesome people making change through STEM
It looks great on your CV/resume or university & college applications
Most of all – make a real difference by being part of creating an impactful and inclusive platform for youth globally to share their research, ideas and innovations with the world!
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This could be the perfect opportunity for you if you are…
Enthusiastic to learn (but past experience not required) – you don’t need previous experience to join our team, but you do need to be ready to explore new topics & develop your skills through our training & skills development programmes
Based anywhere globally – our team works together 100% remotely
Aged 14-22 (or thereabouts) – this isn’t a strict age limit, just a guide for who we’ve designed this opportunity for
Committed to being an active member of our team, and enthusiastic about getting involved in all aspects of the Youth STEM Matters Team.
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Once you’ve found a role that matches your interests, skills, and the amount of time you want to commit, it’s time to submit your application! Applications are submitted via a Google Form. In the application, you will be asked to provide some information about; yourself, the role(s) you are interested in, what stage of your education/training you’re currently at, and the details of at least one person (up to 2 people) who can provide a reference.
You will also be asked to answer 3 questions, which will be used to determine whether your application reaches the next stage of selection.
These 3 questions can all be completed in a range of formats. You can type straight into the application form, record your answers by video/voice note, create a poster or write a song/poem (or something else!) to answer the questions. If you need to send us an attachment, you can either upload this to Google Drive (or a file sharing service) and send us the link, or email your responses to [email protected]. All parts of your application must be sent to us before the advertised deadline.