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Entrepreneur and app developer
"I want to change the way kids travel."

Bronwen Zande

Director Soul Solutions
"You can work in any industry around the world, which is something you don’t really get with other jobs."

Zahra Bagheri

Postgraduate student
"Explore the things around you and see how the world works."

Anna Emmerson

Site reliability engineer
"I found that coding was a way of thinking that I was familiar with and good at – and most of all that I enjoyed."

Maia Sauren

Business analyst
“I wanted a job where I was having fascinating conversations with really interesting people.”

Grace Chung

Software engineer
“We shouldn’t pigeonhole computer programmers into stereotypes.”

Chantel Garcia

Software development engineer
“Seize every opportunity – you never know who you’ll meet or what you’ll learn.”

Kerrie Mengersen

Statistician
“It’s wonderful solving challenges using stats and computer science.”

Kat Clark

Creative technologist and web developer
“If you did something six months ago, there’s probably a better solution by now.”

Lily Xia

Software Engineer
"What gets me up each day is the chance to create something out of nothing."

Elwyn Campbell

Programmer
“I always enjoyed making things and understanding why they worked”

Judith Gammie

Master of Computer Science student
“I came to the realisation that tech was where my real passion is.”

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