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Featured Volunteers

Featured Volunteers

Our volunteers are talented post-secondary students, industry experts, faculty, staff and online volunteers who are dedicated to inspiring youth to engage in STEM across Canada.

Learn more about our incredible volunteers below.

Feeling inspired? Learn how to become a volunteer.


Meet Our Volunteers

  • Jonathan Lauzon-Schnittka

    Jonathan Lauzon-Schnittka Let's Talk Science volunteer at Sherbrooke University

    "I have a child's heart deep inside me, so when I lead activities, I have as much fun as young people! »

    Read more about Jonathan Lauzon-Schnittka
  • Mahuum Ghaffar

    Mahumm Ghaffar Let’s Talk Science Volunteer at MUN-Grenfell campus

    “Teaching science especially to kids is a lot more fun because the spark of curiosity and happiness in their eyes after completing a task is a delight to watch.”

    Read more about Mahumm Ghaffar
  • Graeme Currie sitting on swing wearing Let's Talk Science T-shirt.

    Graeme Currie Let’s Talk Science Volunteer at the University of Waterloo

    “It was awesome seeing ideas and input from kids that are interested in science and those who might not even know they are yet!”

    Read more about Graeme Currie
  • Julia Martel

    Julia Martel Let’s Talk Science Volunteer at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC)

    "Let's Talk Science helps me get involved in society while contributing to my personal development and discovery of my abilities."

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  • Katherine Haché

    Katherine Haché Let’s Talk Science Volunteer at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton Campus

    Katherine has great memories of participating in the Let’s Talk Science Challenge in middle school and became a Let’s Talk Science volunteer to help give other students the same experience!

    Read more about Katherine Haché
  • Sarah Whibbs

    Sarah Whibbs Let’s Talk Science Volunteer at Ontario Tech University

    Sarah loves teaching and encourages kids to explore, experiment, make mistakes and have fun learning science!

    Read more about Sarah Whibbs