Professor Mark Logan explains why YESC play an essential role within our technology ecosystem
The Young Engineers and Science Clubs value to the future of Scotland’s industry has been recognised in The Times, Business & Economy Review by Professor Mark Logan, former Skyscanner executive and professor of computing science at the University of Glasgow. Establish in 1987, YESC currently works across a network of 1,650 schools and STEM clubs across the country, with coverage in all 32 local authorities.
Speaking of the article, Thomas Wild, Programme Manager YESC, said: ‘We are delighted to be featured in the Times article. Our goal is to help provide young people and teachers with the opportunities and resources to develop STEM and digital skills needed now and in the future. With support from the Scottish Government and a wide range of industry partners, we help to bring the STEM sector to life, tackle misconceptions and stereotypes. As schools continue with the education recovery this support is more crucial than ever.’