Engage school students with your work


Johnson Matthey supports I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here.

“As a global leader in sustainable technologies, we apply our cutting-edge science to create solutions that make a real difference to the world around us. Johnson Matthey will be central in accelerating the big transitions needed in transport, energy, chemicals production and creating a circularity economy.”

Connect school students with science outside the classroom, and help them discover STEM careers in I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here.

  • Chat with students in text-only live Chats
  • Answer their questions about working in science
  • Compete for votes to win $500 for your engagement projects

The activity is flexible and works around your schedule – you choose to take part at times that suit you over a 2-week activity.

It’s all online and text-only (no audio or video). All you need is a web browser.
 

Scientists: Apply to take part ❯
 

It only takes 2 minutes to register.
We’ll be in touch if we have a space for you on one of our activities.

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Who can take part?

  • All professionals working in fields related to STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) are welcome to apply.
  • You could be working in industry, academia or the public sector.
  • You could be a technician, an apprentice, or in roles like comms or management.
  • Take part to show students the wide range of STEM-related careers out there.

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What scientists say:

“The questions asked were both fun and challenging, keeping me on my toes at all times and giving me a fresh perspective and enthusiasm for my own research”
“Love, love, loving taking part in @imascientist, so much fun, very engaging”


 
 
 
Find out more:

Questions? Email support@imascientist.us

Connect more of the STEM community to school students

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Scientists: Apply to take part ❯