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Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland

SCDI’s Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland (YESC) programme supports learners aged 3-18 and their teachers with a range of innovative STEM projects, developed with our industry partners. Our interdisciplinary projects – accompanied by resource kits and teacher CPD courses – support teachers to tackle challenging STEM concepts through engaging activities; while supporting pupils to develop valuable skills and knowledge; to encourage uptake in STEM subjects and careers.

Our annual STEM challenge gives Clubs a practical challenge to explore a topical theme and our national Celebration of STEM event at the end of term brings teams together from across Scotland to showcase their work to industry experts and take part in a range of challenges to meet those working in the STEM sector to learn about the exciting career opportunities available.

Find out more below or by contacting the team: yesc@scdi.org.uk

YESC News

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Skills & People
23/04/2018

A day of competition at regional celebration of STEM

Young people from schools across Tayside gathered at the University of Dundee last Thursday (19 April) to take part in the Young Engineers and Science Clubs’ (YESC) annual Regional Celebration of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).

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Celebration of STEM 2018

Our Celebration of STEM 2018 engaged over 300 pupils from almost 50 schools who showcased their STEM projects and took part in a range of challenges with our industry partners.

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