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Day of STEM: What’s on in 2018

Day of STEM: What’s on in 2018

Day of STEM would like to thank our education and industry partners and participating schools for their support in making 2017 a great year. In 2017, Day of STEM:

  • increased the number of STEM mentors on the platform to 21 via 3 new programs including Women in STEM (click here), Optus Cyber Security Experience (click here) and the South Sydney STEM Cup (click here)
  • engaged with STEM teachers around Australia at education conferences and via professional learning webinars
  • promoted STEM career awareness through our free, online programs to thousands of Australian high-school and tertiary students (program overview here)

Day of STEM Program Overview

Day of STEM is an online immersive experience that empowers students to explore a range of different STEM career paths through videos, interactive Q&A sessions and skill-based experiences. Students:

  • Get to know Australian STEM professionals working in a range of industries 
  • Access their career journeys and learn about their daily duties, prior education and the hard and soft skills needed to succeed in their roles

STEM Jobs in Sports

STEM Jobs in Sports

With the rise of professional sporting teams depending on Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) to find talent, prevent injuries and win premierships, STEM jobs in sports are playing a starring role. Today, you will find data analysts, statisticians and IoT architects sitting alongside head coaches and executives when making crucial decisions on team selection and recruitment.

Calling all Students!

Calling all Students!

Encourage your students to try free, online STEM activities over the school holidays. Available anytime, anywhere, Day of STEM offers students the chance to create their own STEM resume, solve interactive cyber challenges and win prizes in the STEM Cup.

Exploring Cyber Challenges in the Classroom

Exploring Cyber Challenges in the Classroom

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  • Requirements: Device with internet connection, individual student registration with the Optus Cyber Security program – REGISTER HERE
  • Age: Suitable for Years 8-12
  • Time: 40 mins for all challenges (can be completed as individual tasks)
  • Answers: Hints are available in the program or a Teacher’s  Answers Guide is available on the Optus Cyber Security teacher dashboard.