Wednesday, June 29, 2022
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Our latest issue is all about the skills you’ll need for the jobs of...

Get inspired about the jobs of the future with the new Careers with STEM: Maths & Data edition - out now.
Maths Olympiad

Olympiad champs! Young, Aussie maths crew win gold 

Australia recently competed in the European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO) and our team achieved incredible results
University students

Studies show students are feeling optimistic about their careers

New research, commissioned by online study support service Studiosity, reveals students are feeling optimistic about future employment opportunities despite COVID
World Science Festival

Science meets art during a free five-day festival

A musician and scientist are teaming up this Brisbane’s World Science Festival
Funding for women in STEM

Hooray! Additional funding for women in STEM announced

A massive $6.7 million in funding for women in STEM has been announced. Find out where the dollars will go, plus meet role models here!

Inside the program finding STEM jobs for grads with disabilities

People with disabilities can make a big impact in STEM, and atWork Australia’s School2atWork program is helping them land inclusive opportunities
World's first true millipede

Scientists discover world’s first true millipede in WA

One of the coolest things about working in science is that there's always more to discover. Just ask the team of CSIRO scientists who have just discovered the world’s first true millipede!
Careers with STEM 2021

Careers with STEM: 2021, by numbers 

Oh, what a year! Thanks for joining us on the wild ride that was 2021
Eric Rametta

Meet the 17-year-old entrepreneur developing the coolest study app 

Eric Rametta is setting out to change the game for students tackling multiple subjects, timetables and exams to cram for 
Cracked phone screens

Tech to the rescue: say hello to unbreakable phone screens

Good news! Cracked phone screens could soon become a thing of the past thanks to breakthrough research conducted at the University of Queensland.

Indigenous VET students are doing awesome things in STEM

An indigenous health researcher and apprentice electrician are among the Charles Darwin University (CDU) students honoured at this year’s Northern Territory Training Awards

STEM experts want us to re-think the way we discuss eating disorders

Researchers like Dr Sian McLean are encouraging us to rethink the way we talk about mental health – and more specifically, eating disorders

Why tech and cyber careers are hot

Tech and cyber
With industries hungry for star coders, there’s a goldmine of career opportunities in tech and cyber 

The real reasons women aren’t choosing engineering

Reasons women aren’t choosing engineering
Even though women make up almost 48% of the Australian workforce, only 13% of them are working as engineers!

Free webinar: Advanced manufacturing pathways

Australian Manufacturing Weekvideo
Our local manufacturing industry is booming! We hit up Australian Manufacturing Week to find out how students can score jobs in this exciting field