If you are interested in STEM career options, WCSIM is a great place to start. The organisation is comprised of liverymen from various academic and industrial backgrounds. They are there to help younger members, give advice on career choices, and advise young people who wish to start their own businesses. Besides, the liverymen have a database of interests, which can help you find a job suited to your skills and interests.
STE(A)M students participated in a range of STE(A)M related activities
WCSIM STE(A)M student Alice Mitchell participated in a Mission Rover activity, which involved coding a robot and avoiding craters. In addition to learning about the physics of craters, she learned some vocab, which she later applied to solve a real-world problem. Guests, Professor Isobel Pollock and Rebecca Ealden, provided guest lectures on the science of space and environmental issues.
STE(A)M members give something back to the scientific community
Science News helps underrepresented and low-income students enter the field of science. The publication is transforming the way students interact with science by offering grants to teachers to purchase science research equipment. Through their work, Science News is inspiring millions of people to love science and pursue careers in it. Read the latest news about science from around the world by visiting sciencenews.com. To join Science News today, click here!
STE(A)M members enjoy the heritage and traditions of the City of London
The city is home to many nationalities, and this diversity has contributed to the rich and diverse culture of London. The City of London is home to many cultural institutions, including the British Museum, Tate Galleries, National Gallery, and Notting Hill Carnival. It is also home to world-famous landmarks such as the iconic Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the London Underground map, and the iconic AEC Routemaster bus.