“Supporting Cambridge Science Centre is a natural extension of our work in the community, and our Executive Council Membership has been most worthwhile. We are proud to support CSC in its endeavours to spark the imagination and inspire young children in STEM education.”
Our Executive Council
Our Executive Council is made up of individuals and representatives from world-class corporate, academic and government organisations who help us spark children’s scientific curiosity for generations to come.
We all share one common goal: to give parents and teachers everywhere the means to encourage children’s interest in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) from an early age.
Executive Council members provide us with outstanding business expertise and support, offering not only vital and significant financial backing, but also strategic guidance and global partnership opportunities.
If your business is interested in joining our Executive Council, please get in touch for an informal discussion with one of our Development Managers Matt Deacon: firstname.lastname@example.org, Pauline Lutman: email@example.com or call 01223 967 965
We are privileged to introduce our world-class Executive Council members:
“ARM places great value on the work Cambridge Science Centre does to help develop analytical young minds. With the unprecedented pace of environmental, technological and social change taking place right now, it has never been more important for young people to think objectively about the world around them, to be equipped with logical problem-solving skills and to feel empowered to make their own informed choices in life.”
“Supporting Cambridge Science Centre is a natural extension of our work in the community and our Executive Council Membership has been most worthwhile. We are proud to support CSC in its endeavours to spark the imagination and inspire young children in STEM education. Barclays hosts the science centre’s hands-on exhibits in our branch network across the East of England and our customers and staff both appreciate their presence and interaction.”