Resources and Opportunities
Discover resources and opportunities available to support women in STEM across their careers and promote gender equity.
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Curious Minds is aimed at highly capable girls in Years 9 and 10 who have an interest in STEM learning areas. This is a six-month program that combines two residential camps and a STEM coaching program. The coaching program will see each student matched with a female coach recruited from a variety of STEM backgrounds and together they will construct personal goals for the student. Learn more about the impact of the program here.
AINSE WISE School
From 01 Dec 2020 to 04 Dec 2020
Each year AINSE co-ordinates a school for first-year female students with an emphasis on Women in STEM and their career opportunities within nuclear science and engineering. Read about the impact of the program here.
STEM Enrichment Academy
From 15 Jun 2020 to 17 Jun 2020
Flinders University with support from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science is offering an exciting new enrichment program for Year 9 girls only. The program involves hands-on activities and opportunities to engage with women working in a range of STEM professions.
Wonder of Science
Wonder of Science is promoting a STEM culture in Queensland schools – where students understand the importance of STEM and believe that STEM education and careers are accessible to them. Read about the impact of the program here.
The HunterWiSE program features two key interlinked actions aimed at increasing the number of girls and women participating in STEM. The first is a targeted school intervention, and the second is a series of networking events for female STEM professionals across the Hunter.