QMEA Student Ambassador Program

Each year the QMEA is looking for the best and brightest senior students to become QMEA Ambassadors. The program is for up to twenty students completing year 12 from both VET and professional pathways.

The students selected to be QMEA Ambassadors attend a 3-day QMEA Student Ambassador Camp in Brisbane at the end of Year 11. The ambassadors participate in a number of activities across a twelve month period that will increase their understanding of the resources sector, provide unparalleled opportunities for networking with other students and industry representatives as well as developing leadership skills.

The QMEA is proud to announce the 2016 Students Ambassadors are:


Riley Stewart, Biloela SHS
Andrew Kessler, Biloela SHS
Isabella Aitkenhead, Chanel College
Eugene Dragut, Churchie
Tara Toshack, Dysart SHS
Sasha Kimber, Emerald SHS
Czerina     Tupas, Emerald SHS
Nicholas Bracher, Kirwan SHS
Curtis Mayne, Kirwan SHS
Hayley Jones, Moranbah SHS
Abbie Earl, Moranbah SHS
Jeremy Curran, Moranbah SHS
Sarah Bock ,Moura SHS
Lindsey Ricketts-Mol, Moura SHS
Sarah Waters, Nanango SHS
Emma Shepherd, Pioneer SHS
Ben Russell, Spinifex SC
Sabrina Finucane, Spinifex SC
Janaya Ray, Toolooa SHS
Annaliese Trappett, Wavell SHS
During 2016, these students will be invited to participate in a number of QMEA activities, and where appropriate may be asked to promote the QMEA and the benefits of working in the resources sector to industry, students and the community.

For further information about the QMEA Student Ambassador Program please contact:
Dan Rea (QMEA STEM Outreach Officer)
E: danr@qmea.org.au