Quickline Team Members Embrace STEM Learning and Volunteering

Colleagues at Quickline have delved into the world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) learning, actively participating in an initiative aimed at nurturing essential skills and knowledge for future generations.

Julie Holmes, the Social Value Manager at Quickline, and Wendy Hiley, HR and Talent Acquisition Business Partner, recently spent time at the National STEM Learning Centre in York to explore various ways of inspiring and diversifying STEM careers. Julie Holmes, highly motivated by the insights gained during the session, has now enrolled as a STEM Ambassador. Several more Quickline team members are also preparing to join her in this capacity.

Being a STEM Ambassador involves dedicating time, enthusiasm, and expertise to visit schools, colleges, and youth group organizations. Ambassadors help fulfill a variety of requests from teachers and group leaders who seek to connect STEM subjects with real-world applications.

Julie Holmes expressed her enthusiasm for venturing into schools and conducting sessions for young minds. Her goal is to inspire and empower the next generation to pursue careers in technology, and she looks forward to welcoming other Quickline team members as STEM Ambassadors.

Julian Chalk, the Head of Engagement and Enablement at Quickline, underlined the company’s commitment to fostering STEM education. He also emphasized the proactive approach taken by the Quickline team in contributing to the community. STEM Ambassadors are vital in bridging the gap between education and industry, offering invaluable insights to students and igniting a passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Jonny Rae

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