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Teachers: Here are 5 videos to share at the end of term

End of term videos

Congratulations… You’ve successfully made it to the end of term!

While you’re winding things down things down, share these five educational, STEM career videos with your classes. These videos will get them thinking about their elective choices and next steps after high school and inspire them to carve their own exciting paths in science, technology, engineering and/or maths. And if you need more end of term videos to share, jump across to the Careers with STEM YouTube channel. Don’t forget to subscribe while you’re there!

End of term videos

1. STEM + X: Maths and Data, brought to you by QUT

    In this webinar, you’ll be introduced to a Sports Systems Statistician, an Energy Expert, and a Healthcare Mathematician. These individuals are at the forefront of applying mathematical principles and data skills to make significant impacts in their respective fields.

    Brought to you with the support of QUT, this webinar offers a glimpse into the boundless potential of mathematics and data degrees. Explore the exciting careers of tomorrow and discover how you can make a meaningful impact in our ever-evolving world.

    Learn more about maths careers in our magazine, Careers with STEM: Maths & Data

    2. STEM careers in economics

    We spoke to three economists at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to find out how they got their awesome jobs, what it’s like to be an economist, and their advice for those who want to follow in their footsteps.

    Read Careers with STEM: Economics for more on careers in this space!

    3. Want to be a software engineer? Choose these school subjects

    Did you know you can set yourself up for STEM career success while still in high school? If you’re interested in becoming a software engineer, there are subjects you can choose in Year 11 and 12 that’ll help prepare you for future study and your future career.

    Discover more about software engineering careers in our Software Engineer Job Kit – it’s free to download!

    4. 7 STEM careers in AI

    The World Economic Forum predicts that AI will create 97 million new jobs by 2025. Here are seven exciting paths you could take in AI!

    Read more about AI careers in Careers with STEM: Technology magazine

    5. STEM + X: Science, brought to you by QUT

    Science careers are more than just lab coats and experiments. The truth is, science is a really broad area to work in. People who have a science degree can work in corporate consultancies, in research, in large scale infrastructure, or anywhere. Often without a lab in sight.

    Watch this webinar recording to explore how you can combine a science degree with your passion, another field or a world changing goal (we call this your “X’) by using Careers with STEM’s winning formula – STEM + X (where STEM = science, technology, engineering and maths, and X is up to you!).

    In it you’ll meet a leader in Antarctic conservation, a reef restoration pioneer, and biological scientist who advises companies environmental conservation and a graduate hydrogeologist. Brought to you with the support of QUT, this webinar unlocks the next-level potential of a science degree. Discover the careers of tomorrow and create change in our world today.

    Find your perfect science gig in Careers with STEM: Science magazine

    If you enjoyed these end of term videos, subscribe to the Careers with STEM YouTube channel!

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