STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. STEM integrates these disciplines into a cohesive learning model and teaches students computational thinking focused on real-world applications of problem solving.
The BreseightGroup supports the STEM education of young Australians as it plays a critical role in Australia’s ability to innovate and be a competitive force globally. We need students who are curious, problem solvers and creative who can address complex issues, build our infrastructure and allow Australia to grow as a nation.
Two-thirds of Australia’s STEM workforce have vocational education training (VET) credentials and one-third university diplomas. Whichever approach you choose one thing is certain – students with STEM skills are more likely to find well-paying, engaging and rewarding careers.
Reimagine the future with a STEM education. Click here for information on STEM career opportunities with the BreseightGroup.
University of Queensland and Gilmour Space collaborate on rocket testing
– 4 June
Gilmour Space Technologies has partnered with the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) to collaborate on advanced rocket technology research, and testing, and science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) initiatives. Read More…
Aboriginal students developing careers in STEM
– 28 May
Young Aboriginal scientists, engineers, and mathematicians will congregate at the Adelaide Convention Centre on 28 to 29 May for the third annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Aboriginal student congress. Read More…
New STEM facilities for students in West Gippsland
– 10 May
Students in West Gippsland studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects will now benefit from new facilities funded through the Victorian state government. Read More…
Rapid growth in technology-driven jobs makes STEM learning a priority
– 30 April
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related occupations have a 1.6 times higher growth rate than non-STEM jobs in Australia. Read More…
STEM jobs are growing faster than other jobs
– 29 March
Analysis of labour force data by the Department of Jobs and Small Business shows that jobs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related occupations are growing significantly faster than other occupations.
Young Australians getting behind STEM career paths
– 13 March
Young Australians are keen on pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects and careers, and these skills are seen as important to get a good job, according to a new national survey. Read More…