About Generation STEM
As we move into an era of fast-paced technological disruption, an innovative STEM-skilled workforce will be essential for the growth of our nation and economic prosperity.
The NSW Government has made a ten-year $25 million endowment to the Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF) to establish the Generation STEM initiative to attract, support, retain and train NSW students in STEM and school, into further education and into employment.
STEM Community Partnerships Program
About STEM Community Partnerships Program
The STEM Community Partnerships Program (STEM CPP) creates strong partnerships between local schools and industry, with the goal of highlighting local STEM careers and opportunities, and providing avenues for students to develop their STEM skills in an engaging and rewarding way.
STEM CPP for schools
Learn more about how your school can benefit from participating in the STEM Community Partnerships Program and how we support you/your teachers.
Western Sydney unites for Generation STEM
What do hydroelectric systems, solar panels and mobile apps have in common? They’re all innovations at the heart of student-led projects developed during the first year of the STEM Community Partnership Program (STEM CPP) as part of Generation STEM.
Throughout 2019-20, the Generation STEM team has made steady progress, increasing focus on implementation of the STEM Community Partnerships Program (STEM CPP) and expansion to include new schools, additional classes for some schools continuing from 2019 and Year 10 cohorts, as well as exploring new programs, establishing key relationships and partnerships and planning for 2021 activities. The team has also been focused on overcoming challenges presented by COVID-19 and an increasingly complex program landscape.