Motorsport Australia and Monash Motorsport providing students in Grades 5 to 8 with an unbelievable “Experience”￼
What a great day for more than 100 students in Grades 5 to 8 learning about opportunities in STEM from passionate undergraduate engineers.
This is such a great partnership between Motorsport Australia and Monash Motorsport. So great to see industries and universities like Monash University partnering to inspire the next generation.
The whole day program included workshops that gave these young students a chance to learn about other engineering clubs to include Monash Human Power, Robogals, High Powered Rocketry and Uncrewed Aerial Systems.
A huge shout to Priyanka Chadha, National Partnerships Lead from Motorsport Australia and to Michaela Sykes-Turner, CEO of Monash Motorsport, and her team for coordinating such an inspirational day.
The timing of this event is perfect as Melbourne prepares to host the 2023 Grand Prix at Albert Park.
On Thursday 30th and Friday 31st the Tech Hub will see more than 17000 K to 12 students visit the Tech Hub located to side of the finish line but far away enough to provide numerous engaging activities for students that focus on applications of STEM and much more. Joey Bailey, Industry Coordinator and her team are doing an amazing job getting everything in place for what should be another spectacular and engaging Tech Hub. Check out details at https://www.grandprix.com.au/event/off-track/legends-lane/tech-hub
This will also be in operation Saturday 1st and on Raceday (Sunday 2nd) in the morning for those students that are able to attend on the Thursday or Friday with their schools. Bring the family along!
Real Time Learning will also be working with Mindflight7 providing students with opportunities to participate in Virtual Reality. Come check out that and the many other opportunities! Hope to see you there!