[ASC-list] Opportunity for young Australians (14-18yrs) [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Angie Carter ACarter at questacon.edu.au
Thu Apr 14 04:51:51 UTC 2011



Do you know a high school student aged 14 to18?

Do you know a young person who comes up with cool ideas all the time?

Then you should let them know about the Questacon Smart Moves Invention


The Invention Convention is an all-expenses paid trip to Canberra for a
week-long program that provides students with the knowledge and skills
needed to develop their ideas further. There are opportunities to form
networks and get advice from industry experienced presenters and mentors
to find out how to develop products or services. 


The Invention Convention will take place in Canberra from 27 June to 1
July 2011 and is open to all Australian high school students aged 14 to


For more information and to apply:


Website:       http://smartmoves.questacon.edu.au

Email:           iconvention at questacon.edu.au
<mailto:iconvention at questacon.edu.au> 

Phone:          02 6126 2249


Applications close 29 April 2011.


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