Samsung Australia, in partnership with Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre, have launched ‘This is a STEM Job’ – a national competition to show young Australians that STEM goes beyond the traditional disciplines of science, technology, engineering and maths and is relevant to a range of careers paths and industries, including music, surfing and fashion.
Entries are open until 23 November.
All eligible entrants will go into the running with the best entrants selected for a one day internship with one of the below STEM creators:
About ‘This is a STEM Job’
‘This is a STEM Job’ encourages young people between the ages of 12 and 25 to try and crack one of three briefs. All eligible entrants will go into the running and the best entries will be selected for a one-day internship with one of the below STEM creators:
The lucky winners will be announced on 7 December and will receive flights from their hometown and accomodation (for them and if under 18 their parent or guardian), as well as Samsung tech including a Galaxy Note9, Gear VR and Tab S4.
For more information, terms and conditions on how to enter visit: www.thisisastemjob.com.au
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