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06 June 2019

STUDENT INTERNSHIPS - The Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector is looking for you!

The METS sector is one of Australia’s best kept secrets. It employs 3 times as many people as the mining sector, is the source of 75% of all mining innovation and is home to dynamic, agile and exciting technology companies. METS is a global sector and employment within it can often mean travel and growth opportunities far beyond what other industries can offer.

However, the METS sector is currently facing a shortage of young employees with a STEM background. This is where you come in.

Austmine is the industry body for the METS Sector, and we’ve partnered up with METS Ignited (the Federal Government growth centre for METS), leading METS companies and universities around the country to create the Austmine STEM METS Career Pathway Program.

This program will provide you with a 10 week paid internship during the 2019-2020 summer break, online coaching and industry insights, and access to an online network of your peers and potential employers. Many degrees require practical, on the job experience in order to graduate, and if you are successful in your application to Austmine’s program – you’ll get just that.

Interested and want to know more?

Tune into the Austmine Student Information Webinar for all second, third and fourth years and master level students, currently studying any STEM degree.

The webinar will take place on 6th June 2019 from 2:00 - 3:00pm. You will hear from industry speakers currently working in the METS sector, who have a STEM background and have the chance to ask them about their careers, the challenges they have faced and overcome, and the opportunities they’ve been offered. 

For any further questions and to register for this event please email nicole.colomb@austmine.com.au. 

PLEASE NOTE: Only current university students studying a STEM degree are eligible to attend this event. Only student emails will be accepted and registered. 

Date
06 June 2019 - 06 June 2019
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Nicole Colomb
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nicole.colomb@austmine.com.au
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PLEASE NOTE: Only current university students studying a STEM degree are eligible to attend this event. Only student emails will be accepted and registered.