Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has launched a digital innovation and STEM program called ‘goIT’.
This is a global initiative that has been adopted and adapted to suit the Australian & New Zealand curriculum empowering the digital innovators of tomorrow.
goIT is a fun, flexible and free initiative to introduce students from years 5 – 10 to the world of STEM. Through the program, students are familiarised to the field of STEM, the design thinking process and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Students are then tasked with brainstorming, designing and ultimately, have the option to build a mobile app to solve these real-world problems based on the SDGs and present their solution. The program is based on the train the trainer model.
The goIT program aims to build STEM and Computer Science Skills of the students who participate. Schools are invited to join in with this program to deliver benefits for both students and teachers in terms of gaining new skills, understanding and experience with STEM and IT concepts.
Details about their free Virtual Work Experience Program including dates (held through out the year), eligibility, focus areas, how to register etc can be found on our event post at: https://studyworkgrow.com.au/position/goit-girls-virtual-work-experience-program/
Check out the goIT ANZ Flyer for more information, or contact Binaisha Daruwalla at Tata Consultancy Services directly via email at ANZ.CSR@tcs.com for additional details regarding delivery modes and curriculum mapping in your state.