We have ambitious plans to expand our growing network to EVERY school in Scotland. We already engage with over 1,500 schools in every local authority. The support of our many partners provides much needed grants and quality STEM resources to help clubs get started and - more importantly - to keep going.
We have three levels of partnership: Lead, Principal and Associate. You can find out more about these by contacting us.
Financial support is welcome, and there are lots of other interesting ways to support YESC:
Setting STEM challenges at events
Judging at events
Working with our team to develop new, topical STEM resources for schools
Encouraging staff to volunteer as STEM Ambassadors
Hosting behind-the-scenes visits
What’s in it for you and your company?
Engagement with education
Grow interest in STEM subjects important to your sector
Fire the imagination of the next generation
Promote the employment opportunities with your company
Personal development for staff by volunteering at YESC events and supporting clubs
Offer advice to schools
Want to find out more? Email Rebecca MacLennan or phone 0141 222 9742
Aberdeen Science Centre, Anglian Water, Aquascot, Bear Scotland, Breedon Aggregates, Booth Welsh, Bright Green Hydrogen, Brightsolid, City of Glasgow College, code club, Denchi Power, Dundee Science Centre, Enermech, Glasgow Science Centre, GSK, Highlands & Islands Airports, Institution of Civil Engineers, James Hutton Institute, Lloyd's Register EMEA, Merck, Michelin, NCR, Network Rail, Nigg Skills Academy, NXP, Scottish Water, Science Connects, ScottishPower, SEPA, SGL Group, Simec Lochaber Power, Space Academy, Thales, Tulloch Homes, University of Edinburgh, University of Dundee, University of the Highlands & Islands, University of Strathclyde, Vattenfall and William Grant & Sons.
Please Note: In agreement with HMRC, income received by SCDI in connection with funding / support of the YESC is outside the scope of VAT, with the exception of the National and Regional Celebrations of STEM.
Alex Baird, Northern Systems Plants Manager, Shell U.K. Limited
Mark Thomas, Regional President, BP