STEM Careers Expo

The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Careers Expo is your opportunity to talk to potential employers who will tell you all about their recruitment programs, and scout for future talent. Employers will also showcase their vacation and graduate programs, along with other opportunities for students.

UOW Virtual STEM Careers Expo 2021

This is a free event and open to all students in the Faculties of Engineering and Information Sciences and Science, Medicine and Health. It is most relevant for penultimate year students seeking vacation work and/or planning to apply for graduate programs in 2022. First and final year students are also encouraged to attend.

This year our expo will be virtual where students will be able to "visit" each employer in a unique video room. Employers may provide information on:

  • Graduate programs and entry level roles
  • Work experience
  • Internships
  • Scholarships
  • Cadetships
  • Mentoring programs plus more

Employer representatives may also provide you with useful suggestions on improving your employability skills and tips on enhancing your chances of getting a job.

COMING AUGUST 2021 - REGISTRATIONS COMING SOON

Check back to this page as more information will be posted as the event approaches. If you have any questions in the meantime please contact the Employer Programs team on (02) 4221 3325 or email your enquiry

Why should I attend the Virtual STEM Careers Expo?

This event is the perfect opportunity to network with prospective employers and gain some great networking and self-marketing skills.

It also gives you the opportunity to:

  • Gain first-hand information about an employer, the structure and operation of the organisation, their vacation program, recruitment processes and other employment opportunities
  • Mingle with employers (promoting vacation programs and internships), as well as professional association bodies (who can give you insight into ways to progress through the industry of your choice)
  • Collect application information and learn how to improve your chances of gaining a position
  • Explore career opportunities and work out what you are looking for from an employer
  • Make a good first impression before applying for a position