The 2020 student programme

The 2020 School Programme will run in terms 3 and 4 in Whyalla. We are doubling the capacity from last year’s Pilot for students currently in years 9 and 10. The programme will run online on Tuesday afternoons after school from 4.00pm to 5.30pm. Pending the COVID-19...

Foundation continues support for Arkwright Scholars

Four of the five new scholars are female, which is hoped will encourage more young girls into engineering. GFG Foundation Manager Claire Neilson explained: “It’s well known that there is a shortage of female engineers and several initiatives are in place across the...

Aiming for success in Industrial Cadet awards

The Foundation is in its third year of partnering with Industrial Cadets, an initiative inspired by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales and delivered by the Engineering Development Trust, which is a UK wide education charity, working in collaboration with...

Students in Newport are ‘Geared up for STEM’

Students were set the challenge of building remotely controlled cars and vans using electronic components and basic materials. This interactive approach demonstrates the real-world applications of STEM and allows students to learn through doing rather than seeing and...

GFG Foundation launched in Whyalla

GFG Alliance Executive Chairman, Sanjeev Gupta, and his wife Nicola are investing in local youth, inspiring the next generation of skilled manufacturing workers with the official launch of the GFG Foundation program in Australia. Sixteen Whyalla youth were welcomed as...

Foundation celebrates partnerships in Scotland

Glasgow Caledonian University Foundation welcomed staff from the GFG Foundation and Liberty to host their first ever scholar’s reception in Scotland on Wednesday 26th June. The event brought together beneficiaries from across GFG Foundation’s programmes of support,...