Participate in our hands-on activities and workshops and be inspired by the exciting possibilities of Engineering and IT!
Connect with us
Connect with us and let us know which events you’d like to hear about:
|Activity||Who is it for?||Dates|
|Students commencing year 11 or year 12 in 2021||Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 we are unable to run the summer school in 2022.|
The Girls’ Programming Network is a group of women and girls into computer science, programming and information technology. We run workshops once per school term for highschool girls! We’ve written games, made interactive websites and taken apart computers!
|Year 8–12 girls||Term 1: Sat 26 March, 2022 |
Term 2: Sat 7 May, 2022
Term 3: Sat 3 September, 2022
Term 4: Sat 15 October, 2022
Students take part in interactive, hands-on activities to learn about engineering and technology concepts and issues.
Held over six days, students gain insight into what it’s like to study and work in engineering.
|Year 11 & 12 Indigenous students||TBC|
Run over four years, this program teaches girls about careers in STEM and builds a community of like-minded individuals through camps, work experience and mentoring opportunities.
|Years 9–12||3–6 July 2022|
Students put their science, engineering and maths skills to the test in this annual contest, building an elaborate machine that accomplishes a simple task.
|Year 10||4 August 2022|
Enjoy exclusive access to an exhibition of innovative engineering and IT projects designed by our master’s students.
A five-day residential program in the sciences and applied sciences
|Year 9 & 10 indigenous students||Mon 22 November–Fri 26 November, 2021|
Ask an engineering academic to help out with your STEM project in the classroom.
|All years (secondary)||Throughout the school year|
Introduce students to humanitarian engineering with Engineers Without Borders (EWB) or explore STEM with Robogals.
|All years (primary and secondary)||Throughout the school year|
An exciting 10-week professional development program for Victorian primary school teachers involved in Digital Technologies teaching and learning across levels 3–6 of the Australian Digital Technologies curriculum.
|Victorian primary school teachers of Digital Technologies to levels 3–6.||Term One 2021|
Email: email@example.com to find out more or get involved.