LifeJourney Transition To Australian Servers

LifeJourney International has completed a transition to host its servers and related user information for the Day of STEM platform onshore in Australia.

LifeJourney takes the privacy of user data incredibly seriously and this effort was taken to further localise the Day of STEM platform and comply with the student data privacy regulations of Australian states and territories.

Teachers, students and parents with Day of STEM accounts will now login via the new Australian website (https://au.golifejourney.com) with their email and password combination. Existing users in Australia will be automatically redirected to the correct page.

Existing Users:

  • Head to https://au.golifejourney.com
  • Login using your email and password combination
  • Explore programs!

New Users:

  • Explore and register for Day of STEM at https://dayofstem.com.au/
  • Follow and complete registration email prompts
  • Login and explore anytime at: https://au.golifejourney.com

If you have questions, please consult our privacy policy or reach out to info@lifejourney.us.

Join us at the Cyber Victoria Schools Challenge Awards – May 30th

Join us at the Cyber Victoria Schools Challenge Awards – May 30th

LifeJourney is organising an awards ceremony on the morning of May 30th at the Australian Centre for the Moving Picture (ACMI) in Melbourne’s Federation Square to commemorate the achievements of the Cyber Victoria Schools Challenge. The awards event will feature presentations by schools that participated in the challenge, a panel of speakers discussing issues related to building Victoria’s capabilities, and recognition of the leading schools undertaking cyber security in Victoria. Victorian schools and educators are encouraged attend the awards along with any industry, government, non-profit and higher education stakeholders committed to building the cyber security ecosystem in Victoria.

600 Students Explore Careers in the New Economy at Mount Waverley

600 Students Explore Careers in the New Economy at Mount Waverley

600 Year 7 and 8 students at Mount Waverley Secondary College – Junior Campus were given a glimpse into careers of the future during an immersive event last week on campus. The Careers in the New Economy session kicked off in the morning with a range of industry speakers and education institutions sharing their perspectives, career path and guidance to the audience of students.

ASD CyberEXP Program Launched To Address Australian Cyber Skills Shortage

ASD CyberEXP Program Launched To Address Australian Cyber Skills Shortage

Registration Open Now – Program Available in May 2018

https://asdcyberexp.com.au/

The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has launched a new program, the ASD CyberEXP, which enables students to experience the career journeys of 5 ASD Cyber leaders and builds awareness around career pathways in cyber security. ASD CyberEXP is an interactive online experience that takes students inside a simulated cyber breach on a government department where the students work with the ASD team of cyber professionals to respond to the incident.

Teen entrepreneurs pair with Day of STEM mentors to solve design challenges – Innovateen Design Challenge

Teen entrepreneurs pair with Day of STEM mentors to solve design challenges – Innovateen Design Challenge

The first annual Innovateen Design Challenge was held in March with Sydney secondary schools working alongside Day of STEM industry mentors on a range of real-world design challenges. Brigidine College Randwick hosted the two-day challenge on March 15-16 alongside neighbouring Marcellin College, Randwick Boys High School and Randwick Girls High School.

“Johnson & Johnson are happy to be an industry mentor for the Innovateen Design Challenge. We’re very excited to see the solutions and perspectives from the teams! We need the next-generation to be prepared to help solve the problems facing our society in the future.”

Anelo Cournut, Day of STEM Mentor and General Manager for Cardiovascular Solutions, at Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices