Our Executive Council
Cambridge Science Centre is part of a vibrant ecosystem of institutions that share a desire to foster a lifelong love of STEM amongst all young people. We can only do this in partnership and the charity relies upon the generous support of the organisations that form our Executive Council to make it all happen.
If your business is interested in supporting the work of Cambridge Science Centre, please get in touch for an informal discussion with our Head of Development, Rebecca Porter at email@example.com 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.”
ANGLIA RUSKIN UNIVERSITY
“We are enormously proud to be sponsoring the Cambridge Science Centre (CSC). At a time when the world needs science more than ever before, at ARU we are committed to providing opportunities for students from all backgrounds to achieve their full potential in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) related subjects. We are delighted to be working in partnership with CSC to excite young people about science, to help transform lives through education, and to inspire future generations of scientists.”
“CEMEX UK are very excited to be partnering with the Cambridge Science Centre as we believe that together we can help to alleviate the barriers preventing young people from accessing STEM subjects to support their lives as well as positively impacting the future of our company. By providing more opportunities between skills learned by students and the need of employers, we can continue our mission to building a better future.”
“We are extremely proud to be associated with Cambridge Science Centre and to work with an organisation that does so much to encourage children’s enthusiasm for STEM at a national level. Together we can work to highlight the role data centres play in society and inspire the next generation of technology talent within the UK Innovation Corridor.”