The Crystallising STEM Careers project aims to bring about systemic change in STEM career uptake by preparing Year 4 – 10 students to make informed decisions about engaging in STEM subjects at school, future transition into tertiary studies and STEM careers.
I have learnt that future careers will rely heavily on skills like critical and creative thinking, collaboration and problem solving. These skills can be developed via the delivery of STEM learning.– Teacher
The project delivers innovative STEM-focused career and technical education (CTE) face-to-face in a series of lessons with students in schools and via interactive workshops for parents/carers.
The Crystallising STEM Careers project provides a unique and valuable opportunity for students and parents/carers in the South East QLD North, Wide Bay Burnett and Central QLD regions.
Project Report Nov 21 – Apr 22
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Crystallising STEM Careers funding
The project is being provided as part of the National Careers Institute Partnership Grants Round 2 grant opportunity. Funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment, University of the Sunshine Coast and SheMaps.