Education and skills is a key theme within Urenco’s sustainability strategy. We are committed to providing STEM education and training to young people and students.
We aim to nurture the next generation of scientists and engineers by engaging young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) through our Social Investment Programme, particularly the Richie education programme. By hosting annual educational lectures, workshops and providing in-person and online educational resources, the programme helps to inspire leaders of the future. We also host an array of apprenticeships and internships, educating and providing vital work experience for school students and undergraduates in the nuclear industry.
Our Social Investment Programme provides support for several educational projects through partnerships. This includes organisations such as the Science Museum, British Science Association and Teach First. Visit our Richie programme pages to see our education focussed social impact partnerships.