To help inspire the next generation of engineers we are investing over £1million in Tomorrow’s Engineers.
Engineers and scientists have revolutionised our world, from communications through to healthcare. Their skills are also essential to meeting the world’s energy demand whilst reducing carbon emissions. To sustain innovation and growth, the UK needs to double the number of people becoming engineers. The programmes below tell our STEM story.
Inside Supporting STEM
An intensive year-long course that gives young women the information and inspiration they need to pursue a career in the energy industry.
A two-year programme giving young adults the skills they need to secure jobs in the energy sector.
Your Life challenges the stereotypes associated with science and engineering to inspire young people to study maths and physics.
The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering celebrates the world’s most inspirational engineering.
This pioneering programme is helping to address the UK’s shortfall of qualified maths and physics teachers.
This programme supports Earth Science teaching in secondary schools throughout Scotland.
Designed to spark enthusiasm in STEM subjects by encouraging children across Scotland to take on fun, hands-on experiments.
The Bright Ideas Challenge
Find out how schools could win up to £5,000 to super-size STEM with The Bright Ideas Challenge, Shell’s cross-curricular schools competition.
Make the future Live
Bring learning to life at Make the Future London, our four day festival of ideas and innovation.
STEM skills shortage threatens UK low-carbon sector
£6.7bn annual growth at risk if skills deficit not addressed.
Shell provides support to innovative low-carbon businesses and young entrepreneurs that help meet the challenges of a fast-growing population
We have long-established links with the communities who live close to our operations in the UK. Learn more about how Shell works with communities.
Sustainability is integral to all Shell activities around the UK. Learn more about our approach to sustainability.