How can STEM support youth and community work to enhance young people’s confidence, resilience and wellbeing? Connect with others interested in this question.
How can STEM support youth and community work to enhance young people’s confidence, resilience and wellbeing?
Come connect with others interested in this question at the launch of the Curiosity In Communities network. This is the beginning of a two-year Curiosity In Action programme building the evidence-base, capacity and network in Scotland exploring the impact of a creative, participatory approach to Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) to support youth work and wider Community Learning and Development (CLD).
Find out more by joining the first network events both in-person on Tuesday 28 March and online on Thursday 30 March and build collaborations, explore shared outcomes in this work and share collective expertise and challenges.
This will help shape the wider programme which includes an action research programme supporting 10 youth groups and Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) researchers to collaborate together and build an evidence base for this work, as well as a wider free network Community of Practice events, training opportunities and resources.