Curious Careers is a STEM career exploration series of monthly events for Grade 6-7-8 youths. The program will include a panel discussion where post-secondary students and industry professionals will discuss their experiences working and studying in STEM. Each session will focus on a different theme and will aim to explore exciting and diverse STEM fields, share what it looks like to work or study in STEM, and discover what future STEM careers might look like. The series will also include optional follow-up, in-class activities for students to reflect on their skills and interests, and start contemplating their future.
June 8: Creators, Designers and Dreamers: Creativity in STEM Careers
People in STEM use creativity everyday to ask and explore questions, to imagine novel connections between things, to innovate and improve their creations, and to find ways to share their work. Meanwhile, technology increasingly enhances and facilitates our experience of art and entertainment, from VR and gaming, to interactive digital art installations. In venues like festivals, theatres and museums, art and performance can engage public audiences with science in brilliant ways. Please join us for this panel where we will explore creative careers in STEM, and the intersection of science and art.
If you are interested but are unable to attend live, please register as all registrants will automatically receive information on how to access the recording following the live event. Automatically generated closed captioning will be provided for live and recorded webinars.
Curious Careers is also available in French!