Hey there girls. Are you passionate about STEM?
Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
Are you excited about trigonometry, geometry, imaginary numbers, polynomial equations, Newtonian physics, fluid structures, corrosion theory, accelerations, material science …
Then imagine basing your whole career around your passion!
The Naval Shipbuilding Industry celebrates women in STEM every day of the year!
Women are kicking butt in the cutting edge careers of one of the most advanced industries in the world. Their passion for at least one of the aspects of STEM means that women are an integral part of a growing industry that is keeping Australia and her waters safe. And, the industry wants more of you!
If you have a passion for STEM and are not sure where it might take you. (Stick at it – you’ll go far!)
If you’re curious, creative and a critical thinker, and if you are looking for an exciting, long term, well-paid career in STEM, you just might be the right fit!
There’s a huge demand for a STEM skilled workforce in naval shipbuilding!
Imagine the opportunities. You will be working with sophisticated technologies and software, AI and advanced manufacturing, research and report writing – from the design phase of naval vessels through to the testing and maintenance of all the systems.
What is it that Jessica and Deepika LOVE about their careers in naval shipbuilding?
What do they have to say about the STEM skills they apply every working day? Here’s a hint – they’re building on what they learned in school and are learning new things all the time.
Take a look and find out
Start Your Brilliant STEM Career now!
If Jessica and Deepika have sparked your interest in a STEM related career within the Naval Shipbuilding Industry, why not chat with one of the Career Consultants at the Naval Shipbuilding College. They will ask a few questions, answer any of yours, and steer you on the right course towards an exciting future in STEM.
Jump onto this link and go for it!
Students are the work force of the future, so it’s really important for industry to get feedback on how they can connect.
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FRIDAY 19TH MARCH IS NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST BULLYING AND VIOLENCE
The National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence is a day for schools, students and the community to say Bullying. No way!
Jump onto the Bullying No Way website for more information, activities and resources.
28TH – 29TH MARCH SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS – GET TO THE EXPO!
The Naval Shipbuilding College will be at the 12th annual Tertiary Studies & Careers Expo, Adelaide on the 28th & 29th March, 2021. Visit the Naval Shipbuilding College stand to learn more about the vast array of naval shipbuilding roles available over the coming years!
School group bookings are welcome on 29 March – 9:30am – 2:30pm.