Youth STEM Matters Research Conference 2022
Deadline: June 15, 2022
Applications are open for the Youth STEM Matters Research Conference 2022. They are bringing together youth globally to showcase and celebrate the difference that young people are making through STEM research, and equip YOUth with the skills and opportunities to tackle global challenges!
Join the Youth STEM Matters Research Conference for a day packed with inspiring talks, opportunities and celebration of youth using research to change the world!
At Youth STEM 2030, they believe that young people can, through science, technology, engineering and maths, be at the forefront of progress towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
- Incredible Speakers: Be inspired by the global line-up of speakers, who will share their wealth of knowledge, experience and advice for youth in STEM research & innovation!
- Research Showcase: Visit the virtual exhibition to explore the STEM projects by youth from around the world, and connect with sponsors.
- STEM Opportunities: Discover opportunities at Youth STEM Matters to make a difference by joining their team, writing an article or submitting your STEM project.
- Prizes & Awards: Celebrate young changemakers with them through their annual Youth STEM Matters Awards…PLUS – prizes to be won for the most engaged attendees!
- All young people aged 22 & under can apply to take part in the Research Showcase at the Youth STEM Matters Research Conference.
- Individual or group submissions are welcome.
They are looking for submissions that meet the following criteria:
- STEM-based – your project should relate to science, technology, engineering or maths
- Linked to at least 1 UN Sustainable Development Goal
- Published or unpublished projects are welcome
- Complete projects or incomplete projects (i.e. research proposals) are welcome
The application form has 3 main parts:
- A Project Abstract/Summary;
- A short Video Submission; and
- ‘Why You?’, explaining why you’d like this opportunity.
For more information, visit Youth STEM Matters.