As we face challenges from climate change to a global pandemic, the crucial role of science and scientists is clearer than ever, and in 2020 the Australian government explicitly highlighted STEM degrees as a priority based on industry demand, with new incentives for students to choose this pathway.
In this issue, meet scientists solving pressing global challenges and contributing to a prosperous economy through creative innovation and industry collaboration. Scientists don't just work in the lab and field – they collaborate on innovative new areas that lead to whole new products and careers.
REGISTER FOR THE CAREERS WITH STEM: SCIENCE WEBINAR
12PM (ESDT) 17 Feb 2021
Careers with STEM: Space Magazine
A job in the space sector may seem out of reach, or only available to a select few who want to be an astronaut. But the good news is, there are many space jobs that draw on STEM skills and areas like software development, industrial design, and metal fabricating.
When it comes to your space career, not even the sky’s the limit! Discover unexpected career pathways into space careers without leaving the solar system, or even your own region. Careers with STEM: Space now available
REGISTER FOR THE CAREERS WITH STEM: SPACE WEBINAR
12PM (ESDT) 24 Feb 2021
STEM Industry School Partnerships
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