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Superstar Engages Young Females in STEM

With the aim to encourage more females to pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), Associate Professor Ronika Power shared her STEM experiences with McCarthy Catholic College students on September 17. Largely under-represented in STEM, women make up just 16% of the qualified Australians working in these fields. As a Lecturer in BioarchaeologyContinue Reading »

Industry, College Unite for Jobs

DXC Technology have signed up to be part of the College’s P-TECH Australia program. Phuong Trinh, DXC Technology software engineer is photographed with StPatsTech software engineering student Alex Wilton at DXC Technology, Mawson Lakes.To meet the demands of Adelaide’s burgeoning Defence industry employers must be more hands-on in helping produce the next generation of workers,Continue Reading »

‘Wyong High School students get a taste of foodie careers’ – Central Coast Business Review, Central Coast NSW

Wyong High School’s primary industry resources along with a STEM-focused academic program that connects industry with education is providing career opportunities for local students. Pathways in Technology (P-TECH) is a world-leading educational model that offers high school students an industry-supported pathway to a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related qualification. The Australian Government hasContinue Reading »