The event is a Science breakfast for girls in Years 10 to 12 at which they will hear Dr Ellen Moon from Deakin University.
Dr Moon will speak on 'Science in the Antarctic: When can STEM take you?' 'Studying science can be a route to an exciting and rewarding future, but how do you translate an interest in science in high school into a fulfilling career, and how do you choose from the variety of options in front of you? In this talk I’ll use my career path and experiences as an example of the range of opportunities that a scientific career can bring, and will introduce a different way of approaching decision making. I’ll also focus in on my learnings from a recent expedition to
Students will be seated at tables with students from other schools. At each table there will be two or three young women either in the early stages of a science or engineering career or still studying at university. Over breakfast, the students can query them about their life and work.
Cost: $15 per student. First teacher is free, extra teachers at $15 each.
When making a booking: If a teacher is making the booking and plans to accompany the students, they should enter their details as the 'First teacher'. If this is left blank, then the system will assume they are not coming.
Closing Date: Note - The venue has been very flexible in regard to final numbers, but to administer the event, bookings must close at 3:30pm on Tuesday, 30th April.
Discount Available: There are a limited number of places for students from schools with a low ICSEA value for whom the $15 cost per student is reduced to $5. To apply for this discount, please contact Vicphysics. If approved, a 'Promotional code' will then be supplied by return email, which can be entered when making a booking.
Numbers: There is now a limit of a maximum of 12 students per school due to a change to a larger venue. Extra places may be offered closer to the day.
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