In view of last year’s success, the Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA) will be running the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Summer Club again for pupils aged between 7 and 13 around Malta.

Kids attending the STEM Summer Club will be ‘learning by doing’ in a fun and engaging environment. The programme will feature both class-based activities and ‘tech’ outings. These activities will revolve around STEM concepts and knowledge.

The Club also has a webpage where games and activities can be viewed online:

We are looking for students to be part of the team who will manage this project from July to September!
Are you interested in teaching pupils? or…Are you into mobile game development?

We are looking for Student Trainers who would be teaching the kids during the STEM Summer Club and Game Developers who would be creating digital games based on the physical games / activities conducted with the children.

Call for Interested Applicants

The application process is going to be through an expression of interest and an interview. If you are interested in applying please get in touch with us and express your interest, creatively! You can send us a motivational letter, informing us of activities that you have already created, a game that you have developed, or anything else that convinces us that you are the right candidate to be part of this team!

You will also attend an interview and bring along your portfolio of activities and/or games to be considered any further.