The Maker Projects: Community STEM Engagement grants aim to foster creativity and inquiry-based learning and support the development of STEM skills in students and youth under 18 years of age in design, engineering and programming, through hands-on learning.
The objectives of the grant opportunity are to:
- deliver maker projects where students and youth under 18 years of age can develop and apply their STEM knowledge through experimentation, tinkering and hands-on learning by engaging with a range of technologies
- encourage practical skills, creativity and entrepreneurial thinking through the delivery of hands-on STEM-related events and activities
- inspire students to pursue STEM disciplines in their study and work
- ensure that maker projects are accessible to as many young people as possible, including those in regional, rural and disadvantaged areas
- make a positive sustainable impact on youth under 18 years of age, particularly those from historically under-represented groups, including girls, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and youth living in regional, rural and remote regions.
For more information about this grant opportunity, please visit this website.
Applications close 19 February 2020.