There are a range of STEM Programmes that require undergraduate or postgraduate support as a Mentor or Activity Leader.
This will involve a period of training followed by placement in a school. All of the programmes end with a Celebration/Assessment Day part of which will involve the university students reflecting on their input and commitment to the programme. Examples of specific activities that undergraduates or postgraduates have opportunities to become involved in include, Sentinus Engineering Solutions, IET Smart Energy Programme, Tomorrow's Engineers Go4SET Programme, Junior Engineering Challenge, Experiences of Work, Judging at Sentinus Young innovators.
Throughout the course of their involvement with the Sentinus STEM programmes, the university students will get the opportunity to develop, use and refine a range of skills and capabilities, for example;
This is a brief outline of the range of experiences that the students will encounter.
Maintain a log of their input into whatever programme they are linked to. They will also be expected to reflect on their experiences with the programme in terms of the benefits that accrue from their involvement. Students will participate in the Celebration/Assessment.
40 hours to include:
Link scientist or Engineer training
Preparation for placement
Placement in the school
Self-assessment/Reflection and Completion of Activity Log
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