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Careers with STEM: Engineering 2019

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Careers with STEM: Engineering smashes stereotypes about what engineers do and what they look like. Meet engineers solving problems in everything from sustainability to health, defence and robotics. Get inspired about the careers of the future including practical tips and advice.

  • Bust myths about engineers and engineering;
  • Discover how engineering can be used to solve problems in everything from health, to the environment and defence;
  • Meet ‘First in Family’ engineers and discover their unique challenges – and contributions;
  • Highlight the value of inclusion and diversity in engineering;
  • Explore how engineers think;
  • Hear from people working at organisations ranging from the Department of Defence to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Boeing, CSIRO, ASIO and more;
  • Access events, programs and tools to help you skill-up quickly or find your study paths.

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Gemma Chilton

Author: Gemma Chilton

Gemma has a degree in journalism from the University of Technology, Sydney and spent a semester studying environmental journalism in Denmark. She has been writing about science and engineering for over a decade.

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