With the COVID-19 situation rapidly evolving, the safety and wellbeing of the community remains our top priority. Unfortunately this means that we have decided to cancel our range of face-to-face secondary school activities for this year.
This decision has not been made lightly and we apologise for any inconvenience. We are exploring alternative ways to engage and will keep you updated should we be in a position to offer an outreach program later in the year.
Our outreach programs have a focus on STEM-related subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths), and the wide range of career options they can offer.
Our programs are designed to inspire young people to identify the value and application of STEM (maths, science, design, IT) subjects at a secondary school level. We aim to highlight the wide range of career opportunities, familiarising students with opportunities and allowing them to engage in hands-on activities in a real university environment.
Our work experience programs are designed for groups of students to participate. Individual work experience placements are generally not available for secondary students.
Work Experience Programs
Our work experience programs are structured for students to experience hands-on activities that will enable them to get an insight into a wide range of STEM career opportunities.
Science and Engineering Challenge
A nationwide STEM program, students compete in engaging hands-on activities involving principles of science, engineering and technology.
Forensic Detective Program
Year 9 and 10 students participate in an interactive workshop program, completing activities related to forensic science including a visit to our Crime Scene House facility.
School Experience Program
An exciting hands-on program, Year 10 students who have an interest in science and the environment take part in a day of interactive activities.
Activities and workshops
Our activities and workshops are grouped into four areas reflecting SEBE’s four schools: architecture and built environment, engineering, information technology, and life and environmental sciences.
Expressions of interest for our programs and activities can only be made by an appropriate school representative, such as a career practitioner or year level coordinator/discipline teacher.
If you are a secondary student wishing to attend one of our programs, please discuss this with your year level coordinator or teacher.
If you would like further information about our outreach programs and activities or would like to enquire about taking part, including available dates, please contact us.
+61 3 5227 2367