Read the latest news and updates on science, technology and innovation in Lower Hutt. These articles are sourced from Hutt at Heart – Hutt City Council’s news centre.
- Innovative Young Minds announces two 2021 programmes
Innovative Young Minds (IYM) offers young women in years 11 and 12 an exciting opportunity to learn about the wide range of research and career opportunities available in STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and high-tech manufacturing). IYM seeks to encourage diversity in New […]
- COVID-19 couldn’t stop IYM 2020
Innovative Young Minds, an initiative between Hutt City Council and The Rotary Club of Hutt City, delivered an enlightening and engaging online 2020 programme. Usually held in the July school holidays as a residential programme in Lower Hutt, IYM exposes 80 Year 11 and 12 young women to the myriad […]
- IYM 2020 kicks off virtually with talk from Eight360
Innovative Young Minds 2020 has truly lived up to its name this year, adapting to an online version of its STEM outreach programme, targeted towards young kiwi women. As a part of this year’s newly designed online programme, participants heard from Terry Miller, cofounder of Eight360 and […]
- Innovative Young Minds goes online
Innovative Young Minds (IYM), an initiative between Hutt City Council and Rotary Hutt City to empower young women in STEMM subjects, is going online! Usually held in the July school holidays as a residential programme in Lower Hutt, IYM exposes 80 Year 11 and 12 young women to the myriad of […]
- Hutt Science empowers young people in STEM
Since the programme started in 2015, Hutt Science has been committed to engaging young people in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects. This means opening their eyes to exciting career opportunities and encouraging curiosity. With up to 80% of children finishing primary […]
- From First Assembly to Young Engineer of The Year
7 November 2019 saw the winners of the Engineering New Zealand ENVI Awards announced, and the winner of the ‘Young Engineer of The Year’ award was Lower Hutt’s very own Terry Miller. The post From First Assembly to Young Engineer of The Year appeared first on Hutt at Heart.
- Digital Wellbeing: keeping our whānau safe online
Hutt City Libraries have teamed up with Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa (DIAA) to develop a Digital Wellbeing programme to help parents keep their whānau safe online The post Digital Wellbeing: keeping our whānau safe online appeared first on Hutt at Heart.
- Applications for the Innovative Young Minds and Silicon Valley 2020 programmes are now open!
Innovative Young Minds Charitable Trust is excited to announce that applications are now open for the Innovative Young Minds (IYM) and the Silicon Valley 2020 programmes. IYM is a pioneering initiative by Hutt City Council and Rotary Hutt City, which is changing the way young women view careers in […]
- Creating digital-savvy seniors
Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa and Hutt City Libraries are trialling Appy Seniors – a new project to help seniors engage in the digital world. The post Creating digital-savvy seniors appeared first on Hutt at Heart.
- Vehicle fleet on the road to zero emissions
Hutt City Council has voted to fast track the electrification of its vehicle fleet which will see it head one step closer to achieving its net zero carbon target. The post Vehicle fleet on the road to zero emissions appeared first on Hutt at Heart.