Jul
20
8:30 am08:30

Brisbane High School Event

The QUT Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

Jul
31
8:30 am08:30

Lithgow High School Event

  • Lithgow State School

The Lithgow Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female and male students in Years 9 and 10.

We are excited to partner again with EnergyAustralia for our second event in Lithgow!

Schools within and around Lithgow are invited to nominate female and male students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show students that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring hands on practical workshops and 'day in the life of' engineering experiences, the students will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

 

REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE!  

For more information please contact:

April Jewell
P: 0413 426 011
E: april.jewell@energyaustraliansw.com.au

Aug
11
8:30 am08:30

Bathurst High School Event

The Charles Sturt University (CSU) Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event. The event will be held at CSU’s Bathurst campus and we welcome schools from 2 hours travel time away. Transport to and from the event will be provided for most locations (depending on interest).

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

TO REGISTER YOUR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TO ATTEND THIS EVENT COMING SOON. 

For queries relating to this event contact:

Kirstin Goode
E kigoode@csu.edu.au
P (02) 6338 6017

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Aug
16
9:30 am09:30

Hamilton High School Event

  • Hamilton Performing Arts Centre

This Deakin University Power of Engineering event funded by Collier Charitable Foundation is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST NOW!

Visit http://www.powerofengineering.org/hamilton to register your interest.

 
 
 
Aug
17
9:30 am09:30

Timboon High School Event

  • Timboon P-12 School

This Deakin University Power of Engineering event funded by Collier Charitable Foundation is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST NOW!

Visit http://www.powerofengineering.org/timboon to register your interest.

 
 
 
Sep
26
9:00 am09:00

Sydney High School Event

The UNSW Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

REGISTRATIONS COMING SOON

For more information please contact:

Alex Bannigan
E a.bannigan@unsw.edu.au
P (02) 9385 7458

Oct
31
8:30 am08:30

Brisbane High School Event

  • QUT Gardens Point Campus

The QUT Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.


Jun
22
9:30 am09:30

Waurn Ponds High School Event

  • Deakin University

The Deakin University Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

Visit http://www.powerofengineering.org/waurn-ponds to register your interest.

 
 
Jun
19
8:30 am08:30

Caboolture High School Event

  • QUT Caboolture

The QUT Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

Jun
19
8:30 am08:30

Temora High School Event

  • Temora Aviation Museum

The Temora Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for students in Years 9 and 10.

We are pleased to partner with Temora Aviation Museum for our first aviation inspired event!

Schools within 80km of Temora are invited to nominate students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring hands on practical workshops and 'day in the life of' engineering experiences, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

 

REGISTER FOR THE EVENT COMING SOON! 

For more information please contact:

Lisa Goode
Education Coordinator - Temora Aviation Museum
e L.Goode@aviationmuseum.com.au
p (02) 6977 1088

May
12
9:00 am09:00

Creative Lab at the Queensland Museum

Creative Lab teacher professional development program helps teachers to guide their students into an innovative future.
During a full day workshop, experts guide delegates through new, engaging strategies using creative teaching methodologies to teach STEM subjects.

Delegates have the chance to interact with STEM professionals and, have access to Queensland Museum treasures and research, integrated with Australian curriculum-based activities. 

Creative Lab is designed to increase confidence in teaching STEM in the classroom and help increase your students’ participation and performance in STEM subjects. The experiences offered encourage teachers to explore creative solutions to everyday problems. 

Power of Engineering is running one of the workshops at this event called How do we communicate?

Engineering Solutions: How do we communicate?

Discover how you can bring real world engineering into your classroom with the theme of communication; guided by our expert partner, Power of Engineering, and a Queensland Museum Curator for History, Industry and Technology. The workshop includes a design challenge and practical ideas that you can apply to lessons, including engineering concepts to link with STEM.

More information and registrations are here.

Apr
1
9:00 am09:00

WSFB: Chinchilla Community Event

This program, as part of World Science Festival Brisbane, hosted at the Chinchilla Cultural Centre, will give Western Downs communities the opportunity to explore the wonders of science through workshops, hands on activities and visual displays.

Leading scientists will explain how their scientific discoveries will lead to greater innovation within their fields. Community members will be able to speak with these science leaders to learn how research is crossing boundaries to help us better understand the mysteries of the past and our current environment in order to help shape the future.

Please note bookings are not required for this event.

Mar
31
9:00 am09:00

WSFB: Chinchilla Student Day

Students from Years 7 to 9 in the Western Downs region are invited to participate in the World Science Festival Brisbane’s Regional Program in Chinchilla through an event specifically dedicated to school engagement. Each session will include opportunities to interact with artefacts, marvel at exhibition displays and experience some practical hands-on science demonstrations.

Students will also have the opportunity to speak with industry professionals from STEM‑related fields. In small groups, students will engage with scientists and industry professionals from a variety of science fields to discover the wonder, awe and inspirational career pathways available in STEM.

Mar
4
9:00 am09:00

WSFB: Gladstone Community Event

The program as part of World Science Festival Brisbane, hosted at the Gladstone Entertainment and Convention Centre, will give residents of Gladstone and surrounding areas the opportunity to explore the wonders of science through workshops, hands on activities and visual displays.

Leading scientists will explain how scientific discoveries will lead to greater innovation within their fields. Community members will be able to speak with these science leaders to learn how research is crossing boundaries to help us better understand the mysteries of the past and our current environment in order to help shape the future.

Bookings are not required for this event.

Mar
3
9:00 am09:00

WSFB: Gladstone Student Day

Students from Years 7 to 9 in the Central Queensland region are invited to participate in the World Science Festival Brisbane’s Regional Program in Gladstone through an event specifically dedicated to school engagement. Each session will include opportunities to interact with artefacts, marvel at exhibition displays and experience some practical hands-on science demonstrations.

Students will also have the opportunity to speak with industry professionals from STEM‑related fields.

In small groups, students will engage with scientists and industry professionals from a variety of science practices to discover the wonder, awe and inspirational career pathways available in STEM.

REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE

For more information please contact the Queensland Museum Bookings Office on 07 3840 7555.

Mar
2
8:30 am08:30

Brisbane High School Event

  • QUT Gardens Point

The QUT Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring two practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

 

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Jan
24
10:00 am10:00

Sydney High School Event

  • University of Sydney

The Power of Engineering is partnering with the University of Sydney to run this event - a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring two practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession. Students will have the opportunity to see engineering in real life with industry site tours.

To register click here.

 

Dec
2
8:30 am08:30

Roma High School Event

The Roma Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for students in Years 9 and 10.

We are pleased to partner with QUT and industry partners for our third event in Roma!

Schools within and around Roma are invited to nominate students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show students that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring hands on practical workshops and 'day in the life of' engineering experiences, the students will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE

For more information please contact:

Simone Long
P: 0481 011 732
E: simone.long@qut.edu.au

Dec
1
8:30 am08:30

Miles High School Event

The Miles Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for students in Years 9 and 10.

We are pleased to partner with QUT and industry partners for our third event in Chinchilla!

Schools within and around Miles are invited to nominate male and female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show students that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring hands on practical workshops and 'day in the life of' engineering experiences, the students will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE

For more information please contact:

Simone Long
P: 0481 011 732
E: simone.long@qut.edu.au

Nov
17
9:00 am09:00

Melbourne CBD High School Event

The Melbourne CBD Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10. We are excited to partner with Telstra to run this event!

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs at Telstra's Customer Insight Centre, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

REGISTER FOR THE EVENT COMING SOON!

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For more information please contact:

Jillian Kenny
E jillian@powerofengineering.org
P 0448 852 209

Nov
10
9:00 am09:00

Lithgow High School Event

  • Lithgow State High School

The Lithgow Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 8, 9 and 10.

We are pleased to partner with EnergyAustralia for our first event in Lithgow!

Schools within and around Lithgow are invited to nominate female students in Years 8, 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring hands on practical workshops and 'day in the life of' engineering experiences, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE

For more information please contact:

April Jewell
P: 0413 426 011
E: april.jewell@energyaustraliansw.com.au

Nov
1
Nov 2

Brisbane High School Event

The QUT Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring two practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

 
Oct
31
8:30 am08:30

Temora High School Event

  • Temora Aviation Museum

The Temora Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

We are pleased to partner with Temora Aviation Museum for our first aviation inspired event!

Schools within 80km of Temora are invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring hands on practical workshops and 'day in the life of' engineering experiences, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

Register for the event here

For more information please contact:

Lisa Goode
Education Coordinator - Temora Aviation Museum
e L.Goode@aviationmuseum.com.au
p (02) 6977 1088

Sep
27
9:00 am09:00

Sydney High School Event

  • UNSW Australia

The UNSW Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

Register for the event here!

Scholarships for travel are offered to regional students. You can apply be completing this form.

For more information please contact:

Alex Bannigan
E a.bannigan@unsw.edu.au
P (02) 9385 7458

Aug
18
9:30 am09:30

Melbourne CBD High School Event

This Deakin University and Telstra ‘Power of Engineering’ event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring interactive, hands-on workshops, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

Contact jillian@powerofengineering.org or 0448 852 209 for more information.

 
Aug
11
Aug 12

Brisbane High School Event

NOTE: DATE TO BE CONFIRMED

The QUT Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring two practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

 
Jul
21
Jul 22

Brisbane High School Event

  • QUT Gardens Point

The QUT Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring two practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

 
Jun
20
8:00 am08:00

Caboolture High School Event

The QUT Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring two practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

 
Jun
2
8:00 am08:00

Waurn Ponds High School Events

This Deakin University ‘Power of Engineering’ event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event.

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

May
6
May 7

Regional NSW High School Event

The Charles Sturt University (CSU) Power of Engineering event is a fully funded, one-day program for female students in Years 9 and 10.

Do you think engineering has the power to change the world? More and more women in Australia are making a real difference through a career in engineering.

You’re invited to nominate female students in Years 9 and 10 from your school to attend this FREE one-day event. The event will be held at CSU’s Bathurst campus and we welcome schools from 2 hours travel time away. Transport to and from the event will be provided for most locations (depending on interest).

The event will show girls that ‘everything is possible’ in their career, by giving them the chance to experience first-hand what an engineering career would be like.

Featuring practical workshops in world-class engineering labs, the girls will get to try their hand at various engineering exercises and be inspired by successful women currently working in the engineering profession.

To register your expression of interest to attend this event click here

For queries relating to this event email regionalnsw@powerofengineering.org or call 0403 546 142.

 
May
6
3:00 am03:00

Girls in STEM: Making it Happen

Join the founders of Power of Engineering to learn how to engage girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Explore career opportunities, female role models and effective activities. This masterclass will also teach practical ways to discuss STEM with girls, and will dispel prominent myths about related professions.

A light lunch will be provided.

This event is directed towards: high school career advisors; science, technology or mathematics teachers; and parents.

The event is being run as a collaboration between: Power of Engineering, Deakin University and the Foundation for Young Australians as part of 2016 Melbourne Knowledge Week.

For more information and to register your attendance, click here.