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Camp SEEK 2022

Camp SEEK is a free program that is open to girls and non-binary young people aged 14–16 to show them what a career in tech could look like. It’s a week-long, action-packed introduction to the world of technology, and, for the first time it will be held in person at SEEK headquarters in Cremorne.

As a leading tech company, we’re supporting diversity within the tech industry and our own talent pipeline, through initiatives like Camp SEEK.

During your time at Camp SEEK you’ll:

  • hear from inspirational women about their career journeys in tech
  • develop your coding, design and product practical skills
  • learn about real-world problem solving, and
  • put it all to use in a two-day Create-a-Thon project.

Hear how Camp SEEK inspired alumni Amy and Rebecca to pursue careers in tech…

Want to find out more?

Head over to our Camp SEEK page to register your interest in attending.

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