Regional Ambassadors - Gold Coast

Students

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Amelia Bourke - Pacific Pines Primary School

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

My name is Amelia Bourke and I am in Year Five at Pacific Pines Primary School on the Gold Coast. I think I would be a great Tech girl because last year I participated in the Stem Program at our school and the Robotics Club. We had a lot of fun learning to code and exploring all the key STEM areas. I am a great leader, team member and can work efficiently in groups. I would love to help others and make a difference. I know I have the skills to be apart of this ambassador program and am excited at the possibility of being apart of it and learning new things from amazing people. I am an incredibly hard worker, with great problem-solving skills who loves learning. I would love to be an ambassador to share my love of all things STEM-related with the numerous girls lucky enough to be apart of the Tech Girls Movement.


Teachers

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Jayne West - Clover Hill State School

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I want to assist and then mentor large groups of girls in this process. This is important work. Students need these skills. Teachers need these skills!


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Annette McArthur - Ormiston College

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I have been involved in the program for a few years and find it to be very worthwhile and I would like the opportunity to promote it.


Elke Schneider - Somerset College

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I want to help promote tech to girls and women.