Promote our events to your students!

Many of our events are held outside of school hours and are open to students from all schools to attend – we need your help promotion our events to your students!

Events open for registration now

We will soon announce our Term 1 events – watch this space!

The Speakers

We are proud to have a database of 500+ WA leaders and technical experts who are willing to volunteer their time to promote STEM careers to students. For each event we curate our Women in STEM Mentor team to ensure the interests of students are met, while showcasing future workforce opportunities specific to the WA economy.

Tickets

Tickets to these events are free, but registration is compulsory. Students are recommended to register as soon as possible as previous events have booked out. A link to the registration system for each separate event is available on our website.

To ensure that these opportunities are made available to as many students as possible, there are registration limitations on each of our events – these can be found on our website and are specific to each event.

Event Description

To ensure all the details are correct, we encourage schools to copy the below text to promote our free programs to students. This can be posted in daily notices, newsletters, social media posts etc.

For Inspire in 5 Events

Learn about careers in STEM!

Inspire in 5 is a careers event for students in years 7-9 on the evening of [Insert Date Here] and FREE registrations are now open. Join us at [Insert Venue Here] to hear several short presentations from women working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths fields. You will have the opportunity to learn how rewarding a career in STEM can be! This is a fantastic opportunity for students to learn about STEM careers and be inspired by industry professionals. Visit the website to learn more and register your place: www.innovatorsteaparty.org

For Speed Networking Events

Learn about careers in STEM!

The Innovators’ Tea Party is a free speed-networking event for students in years 10 – 12 who are interested in careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The event will be attended by a number of Women in STEM Mentors who are all passionate about their fields & sharing their career stories. There are several 90min speed-networking sessions to choose from on [Insert Date Here] at [Insert Venue Here]. This is a great opportunity for students to learn about STEM careers and be mentored by industry professionals. Visit our website to learn more and register your place: www.innovatorsteaparty.org