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Career aspirations crystallise in geology workshop

Around 75 Brisbane students were ‘rock stars’ in investigative geology activities at today’s Watch it Cool workshop at Marsden State High School. Funded by QRC member companies through an education levy, the hands-on workshop ...
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Townsville students crack exciting careers code

Drones, driverless trucks, and data mining might sound like something involved in the future resources and energy sector, but it’s happening now. That's what 25 students from Pimlico State High School and Ignatius Park College ...
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Future mining skills STEM from classroom learning

Students from the Wide Bay Burnett region will learn that the future of mining is full of exciting opportunities with an abundance of career possibilities, when they discover the many science, technology, engineering and ...
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Full STEM ahead for Brisbane students

More than 100 Brisbane students across multiple year levels will discover the many Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related career opportunities available to them when they take part in a jam-packed science session ...
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More trade pathways for Moura students

Moura State High School students swapped their textbooks for tools at the latest Tradies for a Day workshop, facilitated by the QMEA. A cohort of Year 10 students rotated through trade-based activities with generous ...
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Ready, set, build-a-bot

Brisbane students will learn how robotics, chemistry and engineering combine in Queensland’s technologically advanced resources sector. At the interactive ‘Beakers.Bots.Build’ workshop, the QMEA will challenge almost 30 Glenala State High School students’ planning, collaboration, and ...
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