We are looking for enthusiastic educators of all levels of experience to join the QAMT executive

The Queensland Association of Mathematics Teachers (QAMT) is a not-for-profit Professional association that supports all teachers of Mathematics, pre-service, primary, secondary and tertiary and across all sectors in Queensland.
Excitedly, the QAMT is seeking enthusiastic educators to join the State level executive.
Executive members convene once a month (online) to discuss, and vote on matters relating to mathematics education in Queensland as well as plan for Mathematics Professional Learning events, and student problem-solving events. Executive members have opportunities to lead sub-committees in areas of interest and attend events as convenors, supervisors and supporters.
Currently, there is an opportunity for 2 new executive members, with support available through mentoring if requested. All executive members must be individual QAMT members.
Alternatively, you may be interested in two further options:
    1. As a member of a subcommittee with a specific event or purpose (meet as required). These sub-committees include: Publications, State Conference, Professional Development (primary and secondary), Student Activities, Advocacy and Marketing; and
    2. Ex-officio executive member – may attend meetings and join in discussion (does not need to attend all meetings), but does not have a vote. This is a great way to get to know what being on the executive is all about.

If you are interested, or would like to learn more contact us at [email protected]  nominations for the 2024 executive need to be received by COB 21st November. You can nominate to a subcommittee at anytime.

If you are in a regional area and interested in a role in one of our regional executive, please contact the President of your region below:
Cairns – Anja, [email protected]
Townsville – Grace, [email protected]
Rockhampton – Suella, [email protected]
Toowoomba – Stephen, [email protected]



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