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REA Foundation's STEM programs are propelling kids above and beyond anything they do at school.

Above and Beyond REA Foundation

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REA Foundation's STEM programs are propelling kids above and beyond anything they do at school.

    Bruce Mcleay talks communication and verbal presentations

    Bruce Mcleay talks communication and verbal presentations

    Bruce discusses the role communications plays in developing a winning project presentation and how small tweaks, can change the perception from "I get what you are saying" to "WOW". A communications guru, his achievements range working on the bid to win the Sydney 2000 Olympics to mentoring several F1 in Schools & 4x4 in Schools Worlds Championship winning teams. Bruce's words offer a great deal of wisdom for students, teachers and industry.

    • 37 min
    F1 In Schools Judging Process - Enterprise Portfolios

    F1 In Schools Judging Process - Enterprise Portfolios

    David Palfreeman has participated as a judge in F1 in Schools events at a State, National and International level and provides his feedback on the process of judging students portfolios; the areas students should focus on when developing their portfolios and where they sometimes go wrong. Input from a judges' perspective on the judging process which participants in F1 in Schools, SUBS in Schools, 4x4 in Schools and Space in schools should find invaluable.

    • 26 min
    How a B-B-Q with Daniel Ricciardo changed the lives of Troy Minor and Matthew Said.

    How a B-B-Q with Daniel Ricciardo changed the lives of Troy Minor and Matthew Said.

    Troy Minor and Matthew Said were members of Gamma Rayzing, an F1 in Schools Team from Madeline Catholic College, Narellan NSW. They represented Australia at the 2014 F1 in Schools World Final, coming 2nd Outright, and had the opportunity of having a B-B-Q with Daniel Ricciardo. They take us on their extraordinary journey of passion and discovery, which has changed their lives forever.

    • 16 min
    From F1 in Schools to Naval Architect - A journey of discovery.

    From F1 in Schools to Naval Architect - A journey of discovery.

    Mike Myers talks to Alistair Smith, a student who competed in F1 in Schools between 2007 & 2009 going on to come second twice at the F1 in Schools World Finals. Since leaving school, Alistair has gone on to study Naval Architecture at UNSW and is now working on RAN Patrol Boat project.

    • 13 min
    F1 in Schools World Champion becomes an Engineer at Thales.

    F1 in Schools World Champion becomes an Engineer at Thales.

    Michelle Norton became F1 in Schools Royalty when she became a World Champion in 2012. Since leaving school, Michelle's career journey started by completing a Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Australia Defence Force Academy (ADFA) which lead into a leadership role at Thales in Sydney. Michelle is an example of No One Said She Couldn't. A remarkable young lady, on an incredible journey to the top.

    • 17 min
    Hamzah Brown turned his F1 in Schools experience into a carrer at AIRBUS.

    Hamzah Brown turned his F1 in Schools experience into a carrer at AIRBUS.

    Hamzah Brown is a young man on a remarkable journey to the top of his chosen profession. He takes us on an extraordinary life journey from school to University and a career at Airbus in the UK, highlighting how Australian students can achieve on the world stage if they take on the challenge.
    A remarkable young man, on an incredible journey.

    • 19 min

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