Students download advice for careers
STUDENTS from Seton Catholic College and Hamilton Senior High School received some valuable career advice at Scitech’s Big Data Crunch. More than 70 high school students from around the state were given the opportunity to talk to professionals from a range of science, technology, engineering and maths fields as part of the recent Big Data Week. Scitech chief executive Alan Brien said the week of events was to show how data analytics could be applied in business, town planning, climate change research and education. “Big Data Crunch allowed students to ask data professionals questions about their chosen career paths,” he said. “By following a career in STEM, students will be setting themselves up for an interesting and rewarding careers across many different industries.” STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Students had the opportunity to get advice from professionals in the data analytics industry during Scitech’s recent Big Data Crunch week.