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Let's Talk Science at Queen's University

We currently have around 140 volunteers registered, undergraduate and graduate students of Queen's from science, engineering as well as education backgrounds, performing activities covering all age groups in the Kingston area.

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Let's Talk Science volunteers explaining an activity to students in a classroom.


Local Programs

Learn about our local events and programming.

Our Workshops

Explore our listing of hands-on exciting workshops we can bring to your group!

Contact Us

Email our site coordinators to learn more about local programming.

Join Us at Let’s Talk Science

Our Outreach program volunteers pass on their passion for STEM to youth in Canada. They shatter negative stereotypes and inspire children and youth to become engaged in STEM learning. Through Let’s Talk Science Outreach, we support educators and help youth form positive attitudes towards the role that STEM plays in their lives and futures. 

We are a ratified club of the Alma Mater Society (AMS), a student government of Queen's University. As such, all club members may access the club constitution at any time, without prejudice, so that they may know their rights and privileges:

Do you have a cool demo idea? Let us know!
If you have an idea for a demonstration that you are really passionate about, let us know! We are sometimes able to fit in demonstrations that fall outside of the regular school curriculum, but we need to know what our volunteers are interested in first. Submit a short paragraph outlining your topic and a couple ideas of hands on activities to go with it and we’ll keep you in mind.

If you want to learn more about the benefits and opportunities to our national community of volunteers visit our national website.

If you are ready to get started with our local program – contact us!