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Inspiring the next generation of STEM enthusiasts


At House of Kitch, we’re passionate about inspiring young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). We know that only 16% of STEM graduates are women, and just one in 200 Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people have a STEM degree (compared to one in 20 non-Indigenous people). The biases which affect these statistics start at a young age, with attitudes towards STEM being developed during early primary school. 


Grounded in evidence-based research, we use the power of wonder and storytelling to inspire young people across Australia to reach for the stars. From animated short films, to interactive technology displays, immersive events and large-scale experiences, we stretch the boundaries to develop STEM programs that drive real impact.

Our Science Communications Specialist, Camille Thomson has extensive experience in connecting young people to STEM, while our Chief Storyteller, Victoria Mackinlay is an award-winning children’s author who sparks the imaginations of our young people. 

Case Studies

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