Generation STEM

Talented students from three local high schools have showcased their innovative ideas that solve real-world problems.

The challenge was set and students got creative, working with local businesses and organisations including Western Sydney University, Hearing Connections, and The Hills Shire Council.

These ideas were then put on display at the annual end-of-year STEM showcase which was held at Council’s Administration Building in Norwest.

This great initiative forms part of Generation STEM, managed by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and was made possible by the NSW Government. It is a 10-year program that aims to train and retain NSW students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Council would like to thank all the students, schools and business involved and looks forward to continuing Generation STEM in 2023.

For further information on Generation STEM 2023 and any schools interested in the program can email their interest to Council’s Economic Development Team, [email protected]