Your Alumni Community

If you’ve taken part in an In2scienceUK programme then you’re part of the Alumni Community!

This means that In2scienceUK is still here to support you as you continue your STEM journey.

Through the Alumni Community you’ll have access to employability skills workshops, career guidance from STEM professionals, a monthly alumni newsletter full of loads of STEM opportunities and access to your Alumni LinkedIn Group.

We’re launching a new Alumni Peer Mentoring Programme!

Starting university can be an exciting time, but it can also prove to be a nerve wracking experience, particularly if you’re not sure what to expect.

That’s why we’re launching our new Alumni Peer Mentoring Programme!

Alumni starting university in Autumn 2022 will be matched with an Alumni Mentor a few steps ahead in their STEM journey, who will offer support throughout the academic year on key university topics, like how to prep for exams and what to wear on the first day!

If you’re interested in taking part in the programme as a mentee or a mentor, click the links to find out more and apply.

What does the programme involve?


Six mentoring sessions over the course of the 2022/23 academic year


Training and skills-building on how to be a successful mentee/mentor. Plus a reflection session at the end of the programme


Resources, support and guidance from the In2scienceUK Alumni Team throughout the year


An in-person networking event in London to practice those all important networking skills

Employability skills

Priority sign up to Alumni workshops. Plus all the skills you gain from completing the programme!

Any questions, please email [email protected]

The Alumni Peer Mentoring Programme is generously supported by The Charity of Sir Richard Whittington.

Alumni Committee

Our Alumni Committee is a board of passionate In2scienceUK alumni who help to develop and shape the Alumni Community.

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Daniel KyerematengChair of Committee

Daniel is a 3rd year Medical Student at the University of Leeds. He currently has an interest in the field of emergency medicine. During his studies, he has volunteered for a range of widening participation schemes and helped out at multiple events. Away from academics, Daniel enjoys playing different sports – especially basketball.

PhoebeCommittee Member

Phoebe completed her degree in Human Sciences from the University of Oxford, and from September she will be undertaking a DTP at Kings College London.

When not busy with science, Phoebe enjoys travelling and playing sports.

Lucia MullingsCommittee Member

Lucia is looking forward to starting an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering this October, with hopes of leading into a career involving renewable energy.

Most of her free time is spent listening to music and working on crafts, such as knitting.

Are you interested in joining the Alumni Committee? 

If you’ve participated in In2scienceUK and are keen to help shape the Alumni Community then please get in touch with us at [email protected] and provide us with your full name, the year you participated in the In2scienceUK summer programme and a brief overview of why you’d like to take part.