Existing Programmes

Find out about existing programmes sending STEM professionals to schools to get some inspiration. To learn more about these programmes and other STEM Education initiatives, consult the STEM Alliance initiatives section.

Create Tomorrow Programme - Deploy your Talent 2016 - IT

CA Technologies successfully delivered its third edition of Deploy Your Talents in Italy in 2016. Since the initiative began, it has reached more than 250 secondary school students. Deploy Your Talents forms part of Create Tomorrow, CA Technologies corporate social responsibility programme in EMEA, which aims to inspire youngsters to consider future careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). 

Create Tomorrow Programme - Deploy your Talent 2016 - DE

In Germany, CA Technologies is sponsoring students studying computer science, electronics and information technology for one year and, in return, the Government will double the investment. The Company will also launch Business Insight Days later in the year.


Check out "TuWas!" programme, launched in 2008 by INEOS in Cologne for 34 primary and  secondary  schools. The  aim of the program is to foster children‘s natural curiosity and interest in natural science. INEOS is part of the Executive Committee of the European Petrochemical Association (EPCA).


Uwe Doebler, team leader and telephony specialist with IBM in Germany founded Kinder-Computerschule, or children's computer school, a NGO which provides experiential learning by having students perform activities on the computer that are aligned with their school curriculum. 


IBMers Sean Callanan, Lorenzo Cipriani, Brendan Murray and Niambh Scullion, all based in Ireland, coordinated a global team of volunteers supporting the CoderDojo effort, helping young people, between ages 7 and 17, learn how to code.


Broadway First School

Sally Jones, an availability manager for IBM in the UK, was asked for guidance by the Broadway First School in Worcestershire on how to teach computer programming to children. Sally and her husband, also an IBMer, have two children at the school, and welcomed the opportunity to help.

Teen Science Cafe

Teen Science Cafés is a STEM initiative targeting students in secondary schools. The initiative is organised by the Science Centre Malta within the Directorate for Learning and Assessment Programmes, Ministry for Education and Employment in cooperation with Transport Malta and other institutions. The aim is to offer young teenage students opportunities to encounter a number of professionals/experts from different STEM related careers.

Greenlights for girls

Greenlight for girls is an international organisation dedicated to inspire girls of all ages and backgrounds to pursue STEM subjects by introducing them to the world of science in fun and exciting ways! In collaboration with amazing Cisco professional role-models, Greenlight for Girls now host events in Amman, Krakow, Barcelona, Goa, Belgrade, and Brussels!  

Skype in the classroom

Skype in the classroom is an online community that enables thousands of teachers to inspire the next generation of global citizens through transformative learning over Skype. It allows schools to have virtual field trips around the world, find courses for teachers, and download participations certificates for professionals, teachers and students!