Science on Stage Europe The European platform for science teachers

Partners & Supporters

Future scientists, IT specialists and engineers need appealing STEM classes. That is why Science on Stage supports teachers in their continuous professional development. 

The lack of skilled workers has become a severe problem all across Europe. Teachers are the key to bridging the skills gap in young people and many more societal challenges of the future. With great hands-on ideas and concepts, they enthuse students for STEM careers and help them to develop essential skills such as critical thinking, problem solving and collaboration. 

You too care about STEM education? Contact us to become a partner or supporter! More information about Science on Stage and how we work can be found in this factsheet.                                  

Contact: Stefanie Schlunk (Chair Science on Stage Europe) 
Phone: +49 30/40 00 67 40 | info@science-on-stage.eu 

Picture: ©Jean-Luc Richter: Michael Kleinemeier, Member of the Executive Board SAP SE, STEM League

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Main Supporter of Science on Stage Europe

 

The main supporter of the Science on Stage Europe office is the Federation of German Employers’ Associations in the Metal and Electrical Engineering Industries (GESAMTMETALL) with its initiative think ING.

 

 

Partner and Supporter of further projects

Sustainability in STEM Education (start 2020)
Coding in STEM Education and European Code League (2017-2021)
Football in Science Teaching and European STEM League (2015-2017)
Smartphones in Science Teaching (2013-2014)
ICT in Science Teaching (2011-2013)

Partner and Supporter of the Science on Stage Festival 2022

Former Partners und Supporters: Science on Stage festivals (2019-2008)

Former Partner and Supporter of Science on Stage Europe until 2017

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