STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths. These subjects might not immediately jump into your mind as the most creative, exciting, or innovative areas you could explore for further study or your career.

But, there’s more to STEM than meets the eye! 

Check out these of examples of people who are blazing their own trails in STEM:

  • Medical Inventor: Samantha Marquez is a young person who is already pioneering medical inventions, such as her creation, Celloidosome, a technology that organises cells in new structures which could help tissue and major organ regeneration.  
  • Games Designer: Tracey Fullerton is a leading games designer, creating games for companies such as Sony, Microsoft, and Warner Bros, and even being nominated for an Emmy Award for her work in games television.
  • Animator: Maya Penn is a 13-year-old animator and entrepreneur, who built her own ethical fashion brand and environmental awareness videos.
  • Wildlife Conservationist: Dr. Jane Goodall’s work has changed the way people understand conservation, chimpanzees, and the natural world. She has also worked with young people and communities to support others to see how they can work to conserve the natural world.
  • International Economist: Dambisa Moyo is an international economist who studies how the economy defines the challenges we face in the modern world.
  • Forensic Investigator: Fredy Peccerelli uses DNA and archeology to help families locate bodies of lost loved ones.

The great news is you don’t necessarily need to have studied Maths or Science to become the next graphic designer or crime lab analyst. With our help, through our range of Get into and Get Started courses, we can help you get to where you want to be.

If you fancy throwing your hat into the world of STEM, why not start with one of our STEM programmes and see where it takes you?