Want to inspire your students with the exciting possibilities of engineering and IT? Participate in our hands-on activities and workshops at the University of Melbourne.
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Want to be the first to find out about our events for high school students? 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 2020||3 – 12 January 2020|
A series of workshops introducing students to computer programming with ‘ALICE’. Teams are put to the challenge in a PC4G Finale.
|Year 9 girls|
26 November (Finale)
An exciting competition challenging students to solve problems through computer programming.
|Years 7–12||6 June|
Students take part in interactive, hands-on activities to learn about engineering and technology concepts and issues.
4 & 5 June
30 September to 4 October
Girl Power & Work Experience Science Week
|Years 9–12||24–28 June|
Held over six days, students gain insight into what it’s like to study and work in engineering.
|Year 11 & 12 indigenous students||6–13 July|
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||7–10 July (Stage 1 camp)|
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||8 August|
Enjoy exclusive access to an exhibition of innovative engineering and IT projects designed by our master’s students.
|Years 7–12||24 October|
A five-day residential program in the sciences and applied sciences
|Year 9 & 10 indigenous students||November|
Introduce students to humanitarian engineering with Engineers Without Borders (EWB) or explore STEM with Robogals.
|All years (primary and secondary)||Throughout the school year|
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or get involved.