With a career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), you could be predicting outcomes, solving industry problems and exploring new technologies that may address some of today's challenges, while improving people's lives.

That's the thinking behind our innovative STEM in Schools Program, which has been recognised internationally by the World Petroleum Congress.

We work with Earth Science Western Australia, sending trained volunteers to primary and secondary schools to run activities and share stories that spark curiosity about STEM and its many career options. We've reached more than 10,000 Western Australian students since 2016.

Due to popular demand all STEM classes are now fully booked for the remainder of 2019. We look forward to hearing from you when the new school year opens in 2020.

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MAXIMA - Seismic Survey in a Coral Reef Environment

Primary Program - Reservoir Sandwiches

Make your own (edible) reservoir, and test it for oil and gas using seismic surveys, drilling techniques and data analysis. While targeted at Year 5 students, the session is suitable from Years 3 to 6.

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Secondary Program - Virtual Reality

Take a 360° virtual reality tour of our North Rankin Complex, Australia’s largest offshore gas processing facility. Get to know some of our people, and find out just how diverse and rewarding a STEM career is. Suitable for Year 7 onwards.

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