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School Outreach

Inspiring primary and secondary students to become the next generation of engineering-led change-makers.
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EWB Australia’s school initiatives deliver thematic learning modules to schools throughout Australia in metro (our “Schools Outreach” program) and regional (our “Regioneering” program) areas.

Our focus is on embracing diversity and engaging Indigenous and female students as well as those from low socio-economic backgrounds. We work closely with our State and University Chapters, training undergraduates (usually engineering students) to deliver creative, hands-on workshops that explore real challenges in developing countries. The program showcases the many options for a future that embraces human-centred engineering and related STEM vocations.

Benefits

  • Engage students in innovative, practical and inspiring workshops
  • Align with one of Australia’s most innovative and future-making programs
  • Engage educators through meaningful volunteer engagement
  • Connect with communities in the locations you operate 
  • Achieve multiple curriculum objectives across mathematics, science and social sciences

Participating Schools

Students Participants

“We are isolated and in many ways these children don’t have a framework for understanding the wider world.”

Diane Murphy

Teacher, Tagai State College Thursday Island, Torres Strait

Get Involved

Engineering and technical professions have a significant role to play in solving global challenges – work with us to inspire the next generation of professionals! Our School Outreach and Regioneering programs do just that. Why not get involved?

VOLUNTEER

Get in touch with your local EWB volunteer chapter.

DONATE

Help fund this program.

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SPONSOR

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School Outreach Stories

Meet our Futur-neers: David Sea 27 July, 2022 - Pictured: David on-site in NSW in his role as an undergraduate process engineer with Metso Outotec in 2022. Growing up in Cambodia, David Sea never imagined he would one day be teaching children in rural Australia how to build floating houses like those on the Tonle Sap. Now, in his final year completing a Bachelor… read more
Futur-neers Forum 2022 – the wrap 24 May, 2022 - The Futur-neers Forum was a welcome and long overdue in-person reconnection of EWB’s Chapter network after a two-year, lockdown-riddled hiatus. Over 50 EWB staff and Chapter volunteers - representing 16 of the 19 active EWB Chapters dotted right across Australia - convened in Melbourne at the start of April 2022 for three days of meeting,… read more
Meet our Futur-neers: Chelsea Hayward 19 May, 2022 - Feature image: Chelsea picking coffee beans in Railaco, Timor Leste during her time volunteering as a mentor on a Humanitarian Design Summit trip in July 2018. Nurse. Farmer. Social worker. Athlete. Biomedical scientist. These were just some of the many careers that Chelsea Hayward dreamt of when she was younger. It wasn’t until Chelsea realised… read more