(from left to right) Jennifer Lord, Kristine Macalinao, Peter Zhou, Renee Baysarowich, Harleen Saini, Portia Kalun, Alanna Jane, Leanne Grieves, University of Toronto - St. George Campus, Sandy Lake, Elizabeth Walden, University of Ottawa, An Incredible Journey with the Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre, Sarah Purcell
Let’s Talk Science volunteers do amazing work in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) every day. Each year, we recognize the volunteers who have gone above and beyond to fully embrace the mission of Let’s Talk Science, through National Volunteer Awards. These awards recognize amazing communicators with youth, whose work has been an inspiration to other volunteers.
This year, we are presenting four awards:
Join us in celebrating the finalists for this year’s awards below!
This award recognizes a site coordinator who has demonstrated exceptional leadership and has influenced people to create positive change through STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) outreach.
This year’s finalists are:
This award recognizes volunteers who have shown outstanding innovation, communication and commitment to STEM outreach and education, whether at a Let’s Talk Science Outreach site or by volunteering directly with the Let’s Talk Science national office.
This award recognizes individuals who have shown exceptional commitment and made outstanding contributions to Let’s Talk Science through their online activities.
This award recognizes an outreach project initiated by an Outreach site (or sites) that demonstrate a strong, positive impact on Indigenous youth through involvement in STEM-focused learning opportunities.
Congratulations to all of the nominees! Stay tuned for the announcement of the award winners in June.