We are creating a shift in how community, local government, business, education and students can come together to collaborate and solve the problems that matter most to them. Learn how you can participate in, and benefit from getting involved in a Sustainnovation Challenge.
For a local government, supporting or work working with your local industries, businesses and education system to deliver a Sustainnovation Challenge will provide both short and long term benefits to you and your community:
Get in touch with the Sustainnovation Challenge team to learn more.
The Sustainnovation Challenge as a program does not work without a local area, secondary education ecosystem being engaged and wanting to support their student’s involvement in the program. Because of this, schools and teachers were in front of mind when the team was developing the Sustainnovation Challenge program.
Working closely with the Sustainnovation Challenge education advisors, the team strives to deliver a program for the education ecosystem that will:
Working with schools that choose to participate, the Sustainnovation Challenge team is creating a bespoke experience that best fits the school’s program and students.
Ready to bring a Sustainnovation Challenge to your area’s secondary education ecosystem? Let us know. The Sustainnovation Challenge team is happy to connect and pitch your local government and industry to support a Susatinnovation Challenge in your area.
Collaborate with like-minded organisations who see value in developing our young people and want to make a difference in their communities. Learn how your organisation can benefit from supporting, sponsoring or collaborating in a Sustainnovation Challenge.
Collaborating with a steely focus on the development of innovation skills and problem-solving mindsets, the Sustainnovation Challenge team’s vision is helping build the innovation talent pipeline we need for our communities and industries to prosper in the 4.0 economy.
The Sustainnovation Challenge brings together a diverse group of industry, education and local government leaders.
The City of Newcastle, the largest regional city in NSW is also one of the most progressive and dynamic smart cities in Australia.
Community, business, city leaders and the local secondary students are coming together to work on the challenges in their city – social inclusion, managing plastic and future industries.