Sciencious ( https://sciencious.com ) is a non-profit international organisation and our mission is to bring STEM resources to underpriveleged and underesourced children.
The UK branch of Sciencious is currently looking for volunteer tutors to help us spread the knowledge and passion. As a tutor, your main duties will include:
1)Working with other tutors to plan lessons, online courses, competitions and other activities
2)Giving lessons online (and in-person if UK resident)
This opportunity will help you develop skills like public speaking, will expand your knowldge in your area of interest and give you a chance to show leadership in your team of tutors - all while doing community service!
Moreover, if you stick with us for 2+ months, you will receive a certificate confirming your impact as a voluntary participant.
Interning with a nonprofit organization in London is an excellent opportunity to get an inside look at day-to-day operations of NGOs covering a broad range of sectors and regions. On the city’s bustling streets you’ll hear hundreds of languages and accents, and in its offices and classrooms you’ll find students and professionals from every corner of the globe. International NGO internships in London allow young professionals to wear many hats, and gain a fuller perspective of the organization.
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Responsibilities at international NGO internships in London may include:
Managing social media outlets and assisting with social media strategic planning
Creating promotional materials for public outreach
Assisting with the planning and execution of fundraising campaigns and events
Researching, writing and applying for grants
The Big Bang Competition recognises and rewards young people's achievements in all areas of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), whilst providing them with the opportunity to build their skills and confidence in project-based work.
The Competition is open to all UK residents in full-time education or training (year groups 7 to 13 and Scottish/NI equivalent). We are revising the programme and entry procedure for 2020/21 and will be announcing these details soon.
Finalists compete for over £20,000 worth of amazing prizes , including top and runner-up prizes in the Junior, Intermediate and Senior categories for science and engineering, as well as the coveted titles of GSK UK Young Engineer of the Year and GSK UK Young Scientist.
Visit our How to get started page for advice and inspiration, and read the rules and eligibility for 2020 (2021 Finals).
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com