We contribute to society and the communities where we operate in several ways, investing in projects to develop skills, encouraging enterprise and supporting community activities. In the UK we focus on inspiring more young people to study STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects and supporting start-up businesses and young entrepreneurs. We also support the communities near our sites and offices.
Engineers and scientists are essential to powering the UK economy and tackling global challenges, from climate change to disease.
Shell provides support to innovative low-carbon businesses and young entrepreneurs that help meet the challenges of a fast-growing population
This year-long hands-on engineering course inspires young women, aged 14-16 years, to pursue a career in energy.
Increasing the diversity and number of people going into engineering is a huge challenge – and not one we can do alone. That’s why we were instrumental in shaping The Code: a framework for increasing sector-wide collaboration, so that STEM programmes work better together.