STEMM workshops and events for school students

We run a range of events and workshops for secondary students throughout the year.

Learn more about our programs below or join our mailing list by emailing

Have a RMIT female STEMM student champion and an industry professional visit your school. They will both present on their journey into STEMM followed by an interactive STEMM careers workshop. These presentations are suitable for years 9-12 and run for 1 hour with an optional follow-up workshop by the RMIT STEMM student champion.

Submit your interest using the Role model presentations form or email

The STEM Regional Roadshow involves running STEM related workshops with volunteer STEM students from RMIT on site at regional high and primary schools. 

Submit your interest using the Outreach form or email

A day of STEM themed workshops coordinated at the RMIT Bundoora Campus. This event is only open to Indigenous high school students in Victoria in years 9 and above. 

Submit your interest using the Outreach form or email

Singular days of diverse workshops with STEM themes on campus at RMIT, usually being offered during National Science Week, to low socio-economic high schools around Victoria. 

Submit your interest using the Outreach form or email

2018 RMIT Engenius

See how RMIT engineering students are providing innovative design solutions to real-world problems. Join over 1000 final year engineering undergraduate students as they showcase their final year projects. Participate in workshops tailored for year 7-10 students and a treasure hunt around the showcase.

Submit your interest using the Outreach form or email

School Network Access Program (SNAP) schools are invited to participate in I Belong in STEMM days held at RMIT campuses in October for year 9 and 10 students.


Female identifying year 10 students are invited to apply for a week of Work Experience in Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT).

Hosted by RMIT academic leaders you will learn new IT skills which you will apply to your own work through a group project. You will also get to experience leading IT research at RMIT as well as visit other IT organisations.

During the week, you will supercharge your tech skills, work with IT professionals in a variety of different jobs and meet other girls and women who love IT!

Date: postponed until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted
Location: RMIT University City Campus with site visits to Industry Partners

You don't need to have had any previous IT experience to attend the week.

Applications are due Friday 6 March 2020
Outcomes will be sent by the end of Term 1 Friday 27th March 2020.


VIEWS is an exciting program for Year 10, 11 and 12 Indigenous students that will expand student's perspectives on engineering. Over six days students will get an insight into what it’s like to study and work in engineering — and it may not be what you think. RMIT is a leading univeristy partner of VIEWS. Students explore engineering at RMIT on the first day of the week.

Visit the Victorian Indigenous Engineering Winter School website

A holiday program offered to any Victorian High School Student in years 9 and 10.

Visit The ConocoPhillips Science Experience website

A student placement program that involves matching current RMIT STEM students (undergraduate or postgraduate) into low socio-economic STEM related high school classrooms for a period of 8 - 10 weeks. Volunteer students take on the role of a mentor, assisting students individually and in facilitated groups with content, career related conversations and overall skill and confidence building.

Visit the In2Science website or email

Contact us

Contact us to hear more about high school workshops, events and opportunities

Contact details:

Dr Maddy Yewers, Women in STEMM Student Engagement Coordinator


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