Indigenous Australian Engineering School
The Indigenous Australian Engineering School (IAES) is a week-long residential camp for students to experience engineering studies and careers. Students will do site visits, meet industry representatives and participate in educational activities. The program targets Indigenous students in Year 9, 10, 11 and 12 with an interest and aptitude towards engineering, science and mathematics.
Students will have an experience they will never forget, make connections with industry engineers for the future and forge relationships with other like-minded students from across Australia to become part of the IAES community.
The camp is free with all travel, meals and accommodation provided thanks to the support of industry through Engineering Aid Australia. Students are supervised by Indigenous university students.
Mining and the Lands
Curtin University, Ashanti Gold Australia and the Association of Independent School of WA (AISWA) have partnered to bring a unique opportunity to WA Indigenous high school girls.
Mining and the Lands is a five-day residential camp for the girls to experience what it’s like to study and work in the mining industry in WA. Students tour operational mine sites in the Southwest where they will meet mining industry leaders, and visit Curtin University to participate in hands-on workshops and meet lecturers and students. The program targets female students in Year 9, 10, 11 and 12 in AISWA’s Future Footprint program.
The camp is free with all travel, meals and accommodation provided thanks to the support of Anglo Gold Ashanti and Curtin University.