The Global Tropics Future Young Scholars (GTFYS) program is an exciting partnership between the Department of Education and Training and James Cook University, hosted and led by Thuringowa State High School.
Through this innovative collaboration, the program will deliver enhanced education opportunities in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) for students in Years 5 to 9 across North Queensland. It enables like-minded students to connect and collaboratively explore their interest and passion for STEM through new blends of face to face and virtual learning.
The 2018 Global Tropics Future Update event offers a chance to hear about the progress of the program from the staff and students involved and learn about the opportunities to be involved in the future direction of the program. A campus tour will also run from 10am.
Your participation in the event is free, however please RSVP for catering purposes.
Phone (07) 4781 6422