The Young Scientists of Australia (YSA) is a national organisation committed to promoting science and technology and helping young Australians to find the fun in it. The Young Scientists of Australia (YSA) is a national not-for-profit organisation run by and for young people aged 15 to 25, who are passionate about science. YSA runs regular social events for our community, which are open to everyone. We also organise science tours, visits and activities with partner organisations across the year. YSA works to promote science to our peers and the wider community through a variety of volunteering events and camps.
What we do:
Support National Science Week initiatives
Volunteer for the ConocoPhillips Science Experience at Swinburne University, Federation University Australia, Melbourne University, Melbourne University Dookie Campus and at the KIOSC Centre.
Volunteer for the prestigious Youth ANZAAS program
Volunteer for a range of university and school programs
Create custom-designed science support programs for high schools & universities
Offer socials, events & camps for members and our community
If you are interested in joining, please visit our membership page. If you'd like to come to one of our events to find out more about us, please have a look at our upcoming events!
For more information, visit here.
Website implies they bring together bright, young and enthusiastic STEM students.
$20 gives you standard membership for the year + you also need to pay costs for events in the $20-30 range
None needed, but it seems bright students would apply to this, who are usually in final year of high school.
Events held monthly, apart from that hard to find other time commitment on website. Will need to contact them.
Register for membership via website