In recent years, we’ve seen transformative changes in how to nurture and inspire the minds of tomorrow.
Identifying creative ways to connect with those in education and re-imagining how teaching is expressed and experienced will ensure we produce a vibrant new generation of thinkers and innovators.
STEM skills are increasingly important for tackling national and global challenges, but there is a global talent shortage of 38%. Women make up just 28% of scientific researchers worldwide.
City of Glasgow College, Glasgow Kelvin College and Glasgow Clyde College outlined the first college-led regional strategy for STEM delivery in the UK.
This set out a collaborative vision for 2015-2020 and committed to developing a strong STEM talent pipeline for learners of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, to support key growth sectors.
City of Glasgow College has demonstrated a clear commitment to tacking the under-representation of women within the STEM sector. The College works with industry partners in delivering the ENGENDERING STEM and Inclusive Value programmes. Both programmes are designed to support employers in assessing current working practices and engage the developing workforce in discussions relating to careers in the industry.