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Careers with Technology

Sophie Gardner

User Experience Designer
Internships and mentors helped Sophie Gardner demystify computer design

Harrison Mbugi

Security Engineer
Improving Google’s security and threat detection is all in a day’s work for Harrison Mbugi

Courtney Hoskin

Software Engineer
As a tech grad fluent in code, Courtney Hoskin spends 9-to-5 developing apps that change people’s lives

Marina Deletic

Customer Engineer
Marina Deletic’s journey into STEM includes Artificial Intelligence (AI), baking and a whole lot of engineering

Rachel Lin

Product Manager
Rachel Lin is a Product Manager for new products at Atlassian! She walks us through her exciting STEM journey.

Pat Hwang

Product designer
Pat Hwang combined his love of tech with his passion for design, and is now a product designer at Atlassian

Lesley Woodhouse

Digital knowledge keeper
Lesley Woodhouse is a Darug woman bringing Indigenous culture to the world.

Liam Ridgeway

Co-founder and director of NGNY, Indigitek & IndigiGig
Liam Ridgeway shares how he combines STEM with entrepreneurship to connect communities.

Adele Hauwai

Social entrepreneur
Adele likes to blend Māori concepts and language with technology, as this is a way to keep her culture and people alive and growing.

José Lahoz-Monfort

Engineer
José Lahoz-Monfort was trained as an engineer, but his heart was always in conservation. Now, he uses his tech skills to make it easier to spot wildlife.

Mikaela Jade

Environmental scientist
Entrepreneur, environmental scientist and Cabrogal woman Mikaela Jade is empowering people to tell their stories using technology.

Mahonri Owen

Robotics engineer
Passionate about helping people, Mahonri Owen is drawing on both STEM skills and Māori knowledge to develop a brain-controlled prosthetic hand. 

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

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

The world needs more women in IT

Women in IT
A new report by Monash University's Faculty of IT has identified three main factors that play into why women are encouraged or discouraged into going into IT.

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environmental engineering university of adelaide
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