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This magazine celebrates and showcases the science, technology, engineering and maths that busts stereotypes about who works in STEM and what those jobs look like, while providing an Indigenous-first and inclusive viewpoint of STEM.
The 20-page digital magazine for students, teachers and parents provides 31 real-life STEM role models, STEM career pathways and inspiration for young Indigenous people across STEM careers in health, astronomy, conservation, business, digital media, art, technology and education.
Entrepreneurship is a big focus of this issue, where students can read about games founder Maru Nihonio, trade credit software founder Miriani Lowrie, Wingaru Education founder Lesley Woodhouse, Deadly Science founder Corey Tutt, and hip hop artist and Mad Proppa Deadly founder Nate Weatherall.
Careers with STEM: Indigenous was co-created with Indigenous STEM organisations Indigitek, Pūhoro STEM Academy and AATEA.