The 2M STEM programme was founded in 2016 to help young people gain access to a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). We reach over 550 young people each year and will continue to grow and reach many more.

We strive to boost and nurture STEM skills in the UK by promoting and providing employment opportunities in the Chemical industry, in our own company and by supporting Science and STEM learning.

We work with schools, universities, graduates and pupils from all backgrounds, to provide work experience, internships, educational demonstrations and jobs.

The 2M STEM Centre was opened by His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester on 1st April 2019.

2M are proud Core Members of WISE: Women in Science and Engineering.

If you are a school, university or young person seeking to access a career in STEM or 2M’s support, please contact:

Liran Maller, Group Director of HR on lmaller@2m-holdings.com

You can read more about our STEM activities on the news section of this website.

2M STEM Demonstration – making hair gel.

(Left to Right: Liran Maller, Group Director of HR and 2M STEM Founder; HRH the Duke of Gloucester; The Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire, David Briggs, M.B.E., K.St.J; Dana Smith, Technical Development Chemist and former Year in Industry Student)