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Austmine Women in STEM: METS Career Pathway Program
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Austmine Women in STEM: METS Career Pathway Program

Round 2 - NOW OPEN

Members Applications Close 31 July 2018 | Student Applications Open 1 August 2018

Students

Austmine is delighted to announce our second round of the Women in STEM: METS Career Pathway Program, supported by funding from METS Ignited. 

Applications are now open for second, third, fourth and masters year students wishing to apply for the program. 

Austmine will host a series of information sessions to students at participating universities; 

  • Federation University - 1 August 2018 from 12.30pm to 1.30pm - Mt Helen Campus
  • University of Newcastle - 2 August 2018 from 12.00pm to 1.00pm - NIER Building
  • University of Western Australia - 8 August 2018 from 4.00pm to 5.00pm - Engineering Lecture Theatre 2
  • Curtin University - 10 August 2018 from 12.00pm to 1.00pm - Building 300 Room 221
  • UNSW - 15 August 2018 from 5.00pm to 6.00pm -  Ainsworth Room 101, UNSW Kensington Campus
  • University of Wollongong - 16 August 2018 - 12:30pm-2:00pm (Location to be advised)
  • QUT - 22 August 2018 from 12.30pm to1.30pm - Gardens Point Campus, O Block, Room 304 

Student Resources and documents:
Student Brochure
Application form 
Example Cover letter

Also checkout the documents linked below for Company Resources, as this includes information from the 2017 round. 

Current Positions; 
NSW Internship Position Descriptions
QLD Internship Position Descriptions 
WA Internship Position Descriptions 
VIC Internship Position Descriptions

 

Member Companies 

Austmine is currently recruiting member businesses to host a female STEM student in 2018.

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Austmine is delighted to announce our second round of the Women in STEM: METS Career Pathway Program, supported by funding from METS Ignited, is now open.

This program aims at raising awareness of METS and the career opportunities provided by our sector, across women studying STEM subjects at universities.

The program includes:
  •  Industry information evenings, where women from the METS industry will be invited to speak before the students on their experiences of working in the sector. Host businesses are invited to attend and meet the next generation of employees.
  • An application and interview process for students who wish to apply for the internship opportunities available in the participating METS companies.
  • A series of webinars featuring industry speakers to provide coaching for the successful students on starting a career in the METS sector.
  • A 10 - 12 week paid internship at a participating METS company, from November – February to be determined between the businesses and students.
  • Post program report based on a survey of all students and companies involved in the program.
  • Opportunity for your business branding to be associated with boosting diversity in the METS sector and introducing the METS sector to university students.

Businesses have until 31 July 2018 to submit their applications to be part of the program, but to ensure you receive maximum exposure, submit your application before 31 May 2018.

For further information or to submit your application, please contact Karlena James, Manager - Conference & Events, karlena.james@austmine.com.au or 02 9357 4660.

Resources:

News articles:

  • Diversity, a key drivers for smart METS and miners

 

"Based on feedback received during Elisa's time at SNC-Lavalin, she really enjoyed the experience, and the same can also be said for all SNC-Lavalin employees that interacted with Elisa. Definitely a worthwhile initiative that I look forward to repeating this year".
 Andrew Curtis, General Manager, SNC-Lavalin


 


2018 Participating Companies:

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Participating Universities:

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