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Year 10s – ATAR Pathway, Unibound
“Attending the KIC iSCIENCE Project has honestly been one of the highlights of my year. Each day we got to talk to different people from different industries, leaving me with plenty of valuable information on studying, pathways and industries (especially in the engineering field).
All the students chosen for iSCIENCE were like-minded and uplifting to be around. It’s so refreshing working together with people who all strive to do and be their best. I am really grateful I got to be part of iScience this year, and I really hope the next group of students enjoys their days as much as we did”.
– Keira Fuller, Rockingham Montessori School (November 2022)
The KIC iSCIENCE Project is a Senior Secondary Pathway held in Term 1 and Term 4. It is for Year 10 students who are intending to follow ATAR Science, Math and Technology subjects during Years 11 and 12 and who are considering going onto University at the end of Year 12. Students will have the opportunity to explore and understand the breadth of industry in the Kwinana Industrial Area (KIA) and the broad range of science based career options available.
The program includes: site tours of industry; a full day excursion to Murdoch University South Street Campus and a series of workshops: including preparing a professional resume, interview techniques, social media, personal and presentation skills, health and wellbeing, mental health prevention and promotion.
2022 KIC iSCIENCE Project
Term 1 and Term 4
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Contact us for more information about this program.
PO Box 649
Kwinana WA 6966
Tel: (08) 9419 1855
Acknowledgement of Country
Kwinana Industries Council acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country, the Nyoongar people and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.