inGenious brings teachers and industry together to ensure STEM education is both up-to-date and relevant to the job skills young people need and to increase young pupils interest in science education and career options by exposing them to real-life applications of science in class. inGenious focuses on the contribution that the private sector can offer to science education at primary and secondary school level. Schools contacts with business are key to addressing STEM challenges in Europe (decreasing numbers of STEM graduates, skills shortage in the labour market) and ensuring young people have the skills they need for employment. inGenious responds to the need for coordination of, and support to, efforts in place, providing a European-wide framework for collaboration between schools and companies.
A catalogue of video resources to provide with a new outlook of STEM education and career paths: from role models and industry visits, to resources to use in class and STEM teachers sharing their experiences with inGenious http://www.ingenious-science.eu/web/guest/videos
Multi-stakeholder consortium, 40 partners and associate partners , including European ministries of education, large European and multinational companies, organizations representing the interests of industry, national science platforms and universities from 16 countries