Twenty enthusiastic students are honing their leadership skills and planning to bring science, technology, art, engineering and maths projects to their school in term 3.
The Bendigo Tech School Ambassadors have been meeting online fortnightly to plan their projects despite isolation restrictions.
Cameron Lee hopes to establish more practical engineering projects at Bendigo Senior Secondary College. He plans to continue with engineering and wants to gain practical experience.
"There's not really anything (at my school) for senior students," he said. "Any type of program for people wanting to do engineering at (secondary) school a lot of theory."
"At Bendigo Tech School, we have done a lot of coding-type things and played around with robots as well."
Marist College's Casey Sharkey got involved in Bendigo Tech School to gain new experiences and skills.
"I'm not super good with tech but this was an opportunity and great way to collaborate and learn new skills," she said. "I've broadened my understanding of technology and online. (Learning from home) isn't ideal but we have been able to do some things that are really good."
Bendigo Tech School director Graeme Wiggins said the ambassadors are essential in influencing how young people and the community engage with technology.
"Ambassadors are leaders who understand the importance of technology to their future and want to help others to explore the possibilities of new and emerging technologies," Graeme said.