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Indigenous people in STEM

Jett Hobbs

Finance Guru
Jett Hobbs’ love of numbers is opening doors to the career of his dreams.

Free Sobolewski

Maths undergrad
Free Sobolewski has always wanted to study maths. Thanks to Indigenous internship program, CareerTrackers, she's on track to a career in maths.

Tuguy Esgin

Sport scientist
Let's get physical: Tuguy Esgin is improving Indigenous health through sports science

Joanne Pellew

iWork CEO
Joanne Pellew heads job sites, iWork and Ochre Workforce Solutions with an aim to Close the employment Gap

Dean Foley

Coding with culture
This Australian entrepreneur is mentoring kids in tech and entrepreneurship skills

Wayne Cawthorne

Biochemistry student
Choosing a career path hasn't been easy, but through mentorship program 'ASSETS', Wayne found his way to a love of biochemistry.

Tamina Pitt

Google STEP intern
Tamina Pitt wants to use her tech skills to change the world.

Karlie Noon

Research Assistant
Karlie switched from arts to science and has never looked back.

Sharni Cox

Geology student
Sharni Cox won an Indigenous STEM Student Award after getting involved in science and engineering camps and competitions.

Greta Stephensen

High school student
Greta Stephensen won an Indigenous STEM Student Award in recognition of her passion for engineering.

Wayne Denning

Founder and managing director Carbon Media
“If you believe in something, it’s worth pursuing.”

Chris Timbery

Student
“I saved the company money by writing the script, and it’s still being used.”

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Grilo
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STEM Bachelor
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Student performance improves with more diverse school leaders: study

Male teacher standing with high school students looking a laptop
Students would be better off if our teaching workforce looked more like our students (and the rest of Australia), according to a new report