B S A
The British Science Association is a registered charity that exists to advance the public understanding, accessibility and accountability of the sciences and engineering in the UK. The Darwin Centre is currently the Pembrokeshire Twig of the BSA with the aim of becoming the West Wales branch.
If you are interested in helping the Darwin Centre and the BSA to inspire young people then you should become a STEM Ambassador through STEMNET.
STEMNET creates opportunities to inspire young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Once you are a STEM Ambassador not only will be able to volunteer with the Darwin Centre you will also receive email updates of upcoming events in your area which requires the help of a STEM Ambassador. It is a fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in STEM. They will carry out a CRB check and you will be covered by their insurance when you are out on events (providing you have registered the event with them first). Click on the STEM Ambassador link to register or click on the STEMNET link to find out more.
Whilst your STEM Ambassador application form is being processed contact us at the Darwin Centre to find out about available volunteering opportunities.
BSA Pembrokeshire Committee Members
Chairman: Professor Tony Campbell
Treasurer: Marten Lewis
Telephone: 01437 753193
Secretary: Samantha Williams
Telephone: 01437 753196