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Students unearth STEM careers in booming resources sector

Bundaberg State High School students will today learn first hand from industry professionals the huge range of science technology engineering and maths (STEM) careers available to them in the booming resources sector.  Evolution Mining professionals will be on hand to mentor students through ...
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Students urged to try a trade

With resources sector related trades featuring prominently in the latest Australian Government Skills Priority List, local students are being encouraged to consider trade careers in a hands-on workshop at Capella State High School today.  Run by the Queensland Minerals and Energy ...
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Bright sparks generate energy solutions

 Bundamba State Secondary College students will come up with bright ideas for the best energy mix to power their community at a Queensland Minerals and energy Academy (QMEA) Energy: The Inside Story workshop today.    In the first of these workshops to be run ...
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Students have designs on thinking 

Thinking caps will be on for Miles and Chinchilla students this week during design-thinking workshops run by the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA), the education arm of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC). 
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Students in world premier treasure hunt

Alexandra Hills State High School students were on the hunt for treasure – treasures that can be found in everyday things – when they took part in a Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) ...
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Students experiment with engineering 

Click here for photos  Click here for mining engineering campaign  Students from Thuringowa State High School, in Townsville, will be well positioned for valuable and productive engineering careers after seeing first-hand what’s involved and how to navigate the ...
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Students set to become mini miners

Kirwan State High School students dug deep to learn what it takes to be a successful mining engineer when they took part in a Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) workshop recently. With a shortage ...
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Students from Thuringowa State High School, in Townsville, will be well positioned for valuable and productive engineering careers after seeing first-hand what’s involved and how to navigate the pathway from school to engineer. The students ...
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Resources minister returns to his heartland

Queensland Resources Minister Scott Stewart returns to his heartland today when he drops into Ayr State High School where the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) is conducting a workshop to encourage students in ...
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