Are you interested in becoming a partner?

Public and privately funded projects, non-governmental and governmental organizations, universities, libraries, youth clubs, companies and schools active in STEM education are welcome to join the 2024 STEM Discovery Campaign as partners.

By becoming a partner, you give immense visibility to your project, school or organization. Teachers, educators and other educational stakeholders from across Europe and beyond, will be informed about your project, school or organisation and will use and distribute your resources and ideas for activities. You will additionally have the opportunity to network with stakeholders in STEM education and will be given the chance to organize different events and publicize them through the STEM Discovery Campaign channels.

By committing to the SDC24, the partners agree to:

  • Organise and share information about (online) activities and actions in STEM education as part of the STEM Discovery Campaign.
  • Encourage third parties to support and join the initiative by organising STEM activities (online) or actions of their own, and to share information about them as part of the STEM Discovery Campaign, in particular by marking these activities on the campaign map.
  • Publish on their web page information in support of the STEM Discovery Campaign to facilitate an active exchange of information among projects, organisations and schools.

For more information on the registration steps that potential partners need to follow, please click the buttons below:

 

To become a partner, you need to affiliate your project, school or organization with the campaign by following the instructions in our guide for partners. Once the information is published, you can contact us and apply to become a partner by filling in the online form, also included in the guide. As a partner of the STEM Discovery Campaign, you will have your logo and web link displayed in the dedicated banner for all the partners that are involved in the campaign and in the ‘About’ page of the STEM Discovery Campaign Application.