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Event date and time

Thursday 2 May 2024
8.00am to 10.00am AEST


The Holroyd Centre
11-17 Miller St, Merrylands NSW

CSIRO | Science and Industry Endowment Fund | NSW Government | Cumberland City Council


The Educate to Innovate Breakfast, hosted by CSIRO and supported by Cumberland City Council, sets out to bring industry into education to close the skills gap in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The inaugural event will focus on the opportunities for industry when engaging with secondary and tertiary education institutions and interns to inspire growing interest, build awareness of career opportunities in their sector, and access and cultivate junior talent.

The event will feature a light breakfast, engaging panel discussions, and an industry presentation, offering a chance to explore opportunities for businesses looking to engage local STEM talent.

Educate to Innovate is for:

  • Industry professionals looking to build their junior workforce in STEM sectors such as manufacturing, agrifood, energy, technology, health & life sciences, and defence and aerospace
  • Businesses with growing STEM skills needs
  • STEM professionals wishing to enhance their engagement with the education sector.

Spaces are limited.


  • Free

Dates and Times

Event date: May 2024

Thursday 2 May 2024

The Holroyd Centre

8.00am to 10.00am AEST

11-17 Miller St, Merrylands NSW


Generation STEM

More information

For over 40 years, CSIRO Education & Outreach have been developing and delivering high-quality STEM education programs for Australian teachers, students and the community. A trusted leader in STEM education, our programs aim to inspire the pursuit of further STEM education and careers among students and the community, to equip the emerging workforce with tomorrow's skill sets, and to strengthen collaboration between industry and classrooms across Australia.

Our programs connect a network of more than 300 industry partners with Australia’s education leaders to inspire over 150,000 students each year. We offer a range of programs nationally and locally, with Generation STEM focusing in on creating a bigger, stronger, and more diverse STEM pipeline in New South Wales.

The Educate to Innovate breakfast is an initiative from Generation STEM that aims to support industry to better understand and participate in the education and development of the future STEM workforce.

Please confirm that you have read the Generation STEM Media Release Notice and consent to the use of your written, sound or vision recording for the purposes described when registering online.