Happy National Volunteer Week!
Despite a challenging year, our volunteers have gone above and beyond to inspire youth through their passion for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). In 2019-2020, approximately 2,500 Let’s Talk Science volunteers contributed over 25,000 hours of service!
At Let’s Talk Science, volunteers dedicate their time to science outreach in various ways, all equally important! Whether that be presenting virtual or in-person outreach activities in classrooms and at community events, editing online content to ensure accuracy, preparing materials for workshops or providing insight to youth about their research on a career panel.
April 18-24 is National Volunteer Week and we want to say thank you to our amazing volunteers for the critical work they do across Canada!
How can you celebrate National Volunteer Week with us?
- Meet our daily featured volunteers
- If you have a story about a volunteer in your class or community, share it on social media using the hashtag #NVW2021 and tag us @letstalkscience!
- Follow or participate in #LTStshirtday and #PSjourdutshirt on Tuesday, April 20 on social media where volunteers show their Let’s Talk Science pride and highlight why they love volunteering
- Check back at letstalkscience.ca for the announcement of the Volunteer Award finalists on Friday, April 23
Read more about how our volunteers have evolved and adapted to the changing situation while continuing to bring their passion for STEM outreach to youth in creative ways.