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Get on board the Naval Shipbuilding College’s STEMulation Trail tour

Immerse yourself in the Naval Shipbuilding College’s STEMulation Trail at PACIFIC 2019!
09 August 2019

Secondary school students register your interest now to participate in an unrivalled guided tour with STEM mentors, including personalised briefings from global defence industry giants including:

  • BAE Systems
  • Naval Group
  • Northrop Grumman
  • KBR
  • Huntington Ingalls Industries
  • Australian Department of Defence

Enjoy cutting-edge augmented and virtual reality experiences and interactive discussions about future career opportunities with experts from the Naval Shipbuilding College.

 

PACIFIC 2019 is the largest international maritime exhibition in the southern hemisphere.

 

With billions of dollars worth of shipbuilding work secured in Australia over the coming decades, there has never been a better time to connect with employers and learn about future education or training pathways that will help you to secure a long and rewarding career after school.

 

80 spots are up for grabs – so you’ll need to tell us in 100 words or less what you enjoy about studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths; and what career you hope to secure in the future.

 

If you’re excited by emerging technologies, passionate about learning and inspired by challenges – take part in this rare opportunity by registering your interest at res.even[email protected] before 5.00pm (ASCT) on Monday, 9 September 2019.

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