New opportunities on the horizon for Let’s Talk Science volunteers thanks to The Margaret and Andrew Stephens Family Foundation
February 23, 2023
Engage students in STEM problem-solving with ready to use, curriculum-aligned, resources that connect with climate, space and more.
Earn micro-credentials and learn new teaching strategies that can be used right away.
Discover a vast collection of online profiles, videos and resources that connect STEM education to the current and future job market.
Explore a library of curriculum-aligned, ready-to-use resources, backgrounders, and hands-on activities for Early Years to Grade 12.
STEM represents more than a list of traditional fields of study, it represents a powerful way of looking at the world. It underpins our ability to tackle critical global challenges and build inclusive prosperity. More people must be engaged with STEM to develop talent, solve difficult problems, tackle misinformation and build public trust in science.
In our latest Reports, we analyze the education system, present recommendations of what needs to change and why, and connect with youth to better understand their perspective on climate change so we can continue to develop programming that is progressive. Get the latest information - read the Reports.
Explore FREE, bilingual programs and activities that foster the development of climate champions.
Bring science, technology and innovation experts into the learning environment to spark curiosity and strengthen STEM connections.
Through theory, hands-on activity, and collaboration teams of students from across Canada compete in this enrichment opportunity to test their knowledge of STEM-based competencies.
Access our network of volunteer role models from across Canada to deliver a virtual or in-person workshop, event or other activity.
Be a role model - motivate and inspire youth to enjoy, understand and pursue STEM.
February 23, 2023
Black History Month offers an opportunity to celebrate the legacy and ongoing contributions of Black people in Canada and around the world.
February 09, 2023
Young children have an innate love for and interest in science because they are naturally curious about the world around them and have no end of questions.
January 09, 2023