You can help support STEM learning
If you're a parent, an elder, a STEM professional or part of a community group that assists young people, you can help support our young people to build their capability, confidence and connection with STEM.
Future Shapers: Get recognised or nominate a student or supporter
Recipients of our STEM Together Future Shapers program can help to design their own prize to take their STEM interest further. It could be an experience, mentoring, formal learning, technology or equipment… or something else!
Future Shapers is open, not only to students, but to those who support students1 to build STEM and 21st Century skills. This includes, but is not limited to, parents or family members, elders, community group leaders, STEM industry professionals, educators, or other members of the community.
If you help students to get inspired and engaged with STEM, or if you know a student that could benefit from this amazing opportunity, find out more about Future Shapers.
Opportunities for community groups
If you are affiliated with a group that works with young people* and would like to see how STEM Together can help them explore real-world Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics, contact us at STEMTogether@csiro.au to discuss the possibilities.
Opportunities for STEM professionals
If you are a professional with experience in a STEM industry, get in touch with us at STEMTogether@csiro.au to see how you can help with STEM Together or other CSIRO Education and Outreach programs, like STEM Professionals in Schools.
- Includes those that are in Year 5 to 10 or would have been in Year 5 to 10 if they were in the school system this year. The young people should identify as either Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, female, from schools in regional areas and/or lower opportunity areas.