We offer a variety of programs to help support your science teaching. To be updated about any of the programs below please sign up for our newsletter here.
Contact information: Our program coordinator, Ashley will be happy to answer any of your questions or requests.
Hands-On Science Workshops (Visiting Scientists)
Our Role Model volunteers develop and deliver fun, hands-on science activities in their area of expertise. Girls and boys get to meet real scientists and hear about what they do.
AGE: 5-19, GENDER: All
STEM Activity Workshop Kits
These kits come with everything you need to run a STEM activity with your class. Alternatively, share it with a group of students to run their own workshop. Every kit features a profile of a female Canadian scientist as well as STEM positive keepsakes (e.g. colour changing I heart Science pencils).
Our current kits include:
- Whatchamacallit tubes: Scientific Process
- Building Fractals: Sierpinski Triangle, a Math Exploration
- Busting Stereotypes: Science Careers
- (in progress) Mammoth Snot: Ancient pollen, a Palaeontology Activity
AGE: ~10-19, GENDER: All
eMentoring is an 8-week online mentoring program which connects senior high school girls with female mentors working in a STEM field. Each week the pairs are provided with prompts for the conversations. It runs twice yearly, in the Spring and in the Fall.
AGE: ~15-19, GENDER: Identifies as female
Quantum Leaps Conferences
STEM career conferences organized by youth. We provide funds, guidance (through a conference manual), and help finding speakers. Our STEM activity workshop kits can also be used during the conference.
AGE: ~15-19, GENDER: There must be at least 50% female speakers and organizers.
Ellen Tamblyn, a grade 12 student in BC created 6 portraits of female Canadian scientists. These are available as 8.5″X11″ posters for your class. Contact us for your free posters.