If you are passionate about science and aspire to make a difference in the world, then the Science Future Leaders Program is for you.
Robogals is a global non-for-profit organisation that aims to encourage an interest in STEM fields in young students, with a particular focus on girls at primary/secondary school level.
Our training sessions are back on and we’re looking for new volunteers to work with us at our workshops! These free STEM workshops introduce
young students to simple programming and problem solving, primarily using our LEGO EV3 robots.
The Science Peer Mentor program is back! Now in its 8th year, the program has been revitalised by a new structure and hopes to be bigger and better than ever!
Senior Student Mentors look after a group of new first year Science Students and help them to transition into university, giving their time and experience to support these students. This year, a greater number and more diverse array of leadership positions are also available. A new leadership team will seek to develop events, support mentors and ensure the program is both helpful for mentees and fun for mentors.
The new program includes new volunteer positions:
- Event Managers: Develop and run events, as well as marketing and ensuring the program runs smoothly.
- Team Leaders: Oversee large teams of mentors in subgroups of the program such as communications, evaluations and informal events.
Want to become a mentor? Apply here.
Want to be an Event Manager? Apply here.
Want to do a little bit more but don’t have time to be an Event Manager? First, apply to be a mentor. Then send an email to Taryn.Clydesdale@monash.edu for expressing your interest in leadership and previous leadership experience.
Applications for mentors close on the 1st of October, and the 14th of September for leadership roles.
These online information sessions are for students with a career interest in Radiation Therapy. Staff will provide important course information and you’ll hear from practising clinicians as well. Make the most out of this great opportunity to find out all you need to know.
The Monash Industry Team Initiative (MITI) is the University’s leading industry engagement program offering students from ALL faculties an invaluable opportunity to gain professional experience in a unique learning environment.
Study Melbourne LIVE is an opportunity for international students to work on real world problems through the Victorian Government, a NGO or private enterprise developing practical and hands-on experience in the workplace. You will develop your marketable skills, and build an international professional network to help kickstart your future career.
The program operates around a team focus. In teams of five or six other international students, you will be tasked with creating a solution within organisations that value new perspectives and creative thinking such as Victoria Police.
The program will conclude with your team giving a boardroom presentation, giving feedback on your proposed ideas.
For those interested, information sessions will be available on the 22nd of August in H3 from 12pm to 1pm and again on Thursday at 1pm to 2pm n S230. Interested applicants must submit a resume and online application from the 23rd of August.
Interested in further study, but you’re not sure what your options are? Want to hear about these options, and get a free donut? Come to the PostGrad PopUp on the 30th of August, 1:30pm to 3pm in the Science Student Lounge!
The Faculty of Science in conjunction with the Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Information Technology have produced a Postgraduate Pop Up Stand, giving students a chance to get a feel for what their future studies might entail and whether further study is right for you. Speak to staff about developing specialist knowledge and what that can mean for you in your future career.
No need to register, come and enjoy!
Get a chance to speak to current Honours coordinators and students on Thursday, the 16th of August, at the Honours in Science Information Session.
Honours offers the unique opportunity for students to stretch their legs with a research project of their own design. For those pursuing higher study, Honours gives a chance to develop yourself for a research background. It will give you an excellent foundation for further academic pursuits. Similarly, Honours gives students an employability edge as it serves to further their communication, project management and problem-solving skills.
Honours research projects are available for all Science majors.
To register your attendance, click on this link.
Employers from various industries will attend SIW to promote their graduate & vacation work programs, internships and professional positions. Hear from industry representatives sharing their career journeys and experiences through networking and panel discussions.