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Topic: education

Kylie Milliken wins science teaching award

Bundaberg State High School’s Head of Science Kylie Milliken has received a prestigious award for outstanding teacher in STEM subjects.

CQUniversity to meet post-COVID jobs market

CQUniversity is prepared for a post-COVID world and is taking steps to ensure students are well placed for the post COVID jobs market.

TAFE students showcase hospitality skills

Students at TAFE Queensland’s Bundaberg Campus showcased their skills to hospitality industry leaders by designing and producing a six-course degustation lunch.

HIPPY Bundaberg seeks future Prep families to join

HIPPY Bundaberg is looking for families with children who will be in Prep in 2022 to enrol in their Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters.

Mini-entrepreneurs to run Homeschooler Artisan Market

Mini-entrepreneurs from the Bundaberg Region are about to earn some extra pocket money with the first Homeschooler Artisan Market.

Jobs team skills students in resume writing

Isis District State High School students were taught CV writing skills during a presentation as part of the Bundaberg Jobs Commitment.

Valorant tournament comes to Bundaberg

Bundaberg Library and Quantum Lounge are staging a Valorant tournament for teams of five players on Monday, 24 August.

Students learn how to build a better resume

A resume building workshop through the Bundaberg Jobs Commitment is helping senior secondary students to gain employment.

St Luke's buggy build turns heads

St Luke’s Anglican School Year 12 students launched their working, driveable 305cc, 10HP petrol buggy last week.

Bundaberg campus next for CQU scholarship trio

Three CQUniversity Bundaberg students are learning to navigate along new paths to success during COVID-19 and online study, after being named Destination Australia Scholarship recipients in Term 1.

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