BioMelbourne Network CEO Dr Krystal Evans and interim CEO Lusia Guthrie recently participated in a meeting for the Committee for Melbourne Future Focus Group project on Future Biotech Skills in Melbourne. This project will is about ensuring our sector has the human resources it need to meet future job opportunities.
Future Skills Melbourne aims to connect students, industry and educators through the lens of the biotechnology sector.
BioMelbourne Network will be informing creation of a program for Grade 8 students enrolled in science at schools in Melbourne’s outer suburbs in the north, west and south east located near the biotech industry.
The program will be problem-based program and will include a combination of directive and inquiry based learning that will be well integrated with the curriculum.
There is an opportunity for industry organisations to be involved in the program so please reach out if you’d like further information. firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 9667-8181