Let’s Talk Science Fosters Inclusivity with the development of Indigenous Outreach Training

2019-5-6 | Media Releases

(London, ON) On Friday, over 80 Let’s Talk Science Outreach coordinators from post-secondary institutes across Canada participated in a newly developed Indigenous training program. Local MPP for London West, Peggy Sattler and Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) Grant Review Team volunteer, Chris Harding were on hand to participate in this new interactive training funded through a $75,000 OTF seed grant and created collaboratively by Let’s Talk Science staff, and in partnership with Indigenous and expert advisors.

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Congratulations to the 2019 Let’s Talk Science National Volunteer Award Winners!

2019-1-6 | News

Each year, we recognize the Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteers who have exceeded expectations with four prestigious awards to applaud their outstanding contributions to volunteerism and Let’s Talk Science.

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Skills for the Future: Skills/Competences Canada and Let’s Talk Science Partnership

2019-8-5 | News

Let’s Talk Science is celebrating five years of partnership with the national body of Skills/Competences Canada (SCC)! Let’s Talk Science isn’t the only one celebrating a 25th anniversary; SCC will be hosting their 25th Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) in Halifax, NS this spring. The National and Provincial/Territorial Skills Canada bodies as well as Let’s Talk Science are committed to engaging Canada’s future skilled workforce.

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Spring/Summer Events Listing

2019-6-5 | News, Upcoming Events

Find science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities that are as unique as your students! This spring/summer, you’re invited to partake in engaging STEM events for Canadians of all ages through Let’s Talk Science.

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Celebrating 25 Years!

2019-3-5 | News

This year marks an important milestone as Let’s Talk Science celebrates 25 years of inspiring and empowering Canadian youth to develop the skills they need to participate and thrive in an ever-changing world. Since 1993, Let’s Talk Science has engaged over 7 million children, youth, educators, and volunteers across Canada.

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25 years = 48 Outreach sites and growing!

2019-3-5 | News

Site coordinators and volunteers are critical members of the Let’s Talk Science Outreach team. Each year, across Canada, Let’s Talk Science mobilizes thousands of university and college students and STEM professionals to bring science to life.

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Let’s Talk Cancer partners with Canadian Cancer Society to inspire educators and youth across Canada

2019-30-4 | News, Upcoming Events

Let’s Talk Cancer is a series of full-day, on-campus symposiums that connect high school students with researchers to explore leading-edge issues and topics regarding the use of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as an integral part of cancer research.

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Rania Khelifi, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Volunteer at Simon Fraser University

2019-15-4 | Featured Volunteers

Rania has delivered many Let’s Talk Science workshops and feels the best way to help promote the sciences to youth is through engaging programs that enable curiosity and discovery!

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Olivia Louf, Let’s Talk Science Donor Industry-Based Volunteer with SAP Canada Inc.

2019-12-4 | Featured Volunteers

Olivia is a Delivery Manager with SAP Canada Inc. She translates career profiles and CurioCity articles for Let’s Talk Science!

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Waylon DeCoteau, Let’s Talk Science Coordinator and Volunteer at First Nations University of Canada

2019-11-4 | Featured Volunteers

As a Coordinator and Volunteer, Waylon loves creating an opportunity for youth to participate and get lost in the awesome world of STEM!

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Announcing the 2019 National Let’s Talk Science Award Finalists

2019-10-4 | News

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.

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Sammy Crowley, Let’s Talk Science Volunteer at Memorial University

2019-10-4 | Featured Volunteers

Sam has volunteered and coordinated Let’s Talk Science programs. She loves the Super Science Challenge because of the creativity that kids use in their designs!

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Lawrence Ostroff, Let’s Talk Science Donor Industry-based Volunteer from SAP North America Inc.

2019-9-4 | Featured Volunteers

Lawrence is a SAP North America Inc. employee who has been volunteering with Let’s Talk Science for 5 years. He enjoys supporting STEM education and computer science topics.

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Brian Ng, Let’s Talk Science Online and Outreach Volunteer at the University of British Columbia

2019-8-4 | Featured Volunteers

As a pharmacy student, Brian volunteers online and in the classroom! Brian volunteers with Let’s Talk Science to make science accessible and to influence youth to pursue higher education and a career in STEM!

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Véronique Brulé, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Volunteer at McGill University

2019-8-4 | Featured Volunteers

Véronique is an ambassador for science who has volunteered with Let’s Talk Science Outreach for 2 years and wants to inspire the next generation of scientists!

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