Youth Engagementms infinity (math and science = infinite possibilities) programs introduce girls to exciting career options and positive female role models in science and technology. Together, we bust the myths about scientists and their careers… you don’t need to wear a lab coat to be a scientist!

We’re here to help students:

Get hands-on with science – we hold conferences and workshops filled with fun activities, stories, and games. These are all designed to bring science to life.

Feel inspired towards a career – the most exciting careers are often ones students have never even heard of. We introduce jobs from all areas of science during our Quantum Leaps conferences and in our school or group visits (Hands-on science workshops).

Find support – girls get the support they need when deciding how to take their interest in science further with our eMentor program.

Secure volunteering opportunities – we provide volunteering opportunities for women in science-related careers or pursuing degrees in science.

For more detailed information on all our youth programs and our scholarships follow this link.

Current Highlights

  • Applications are now open for our online eMentoring program
  • Applications are open for our Youth Skills Development Scholarship
  • Apply to host your own science career conference, “Quantum Leaps”, get $500 of seed money and support!
  • Ask us for a science kit to hold your own science workshop!

Teachers and educators:  we want to support you!

If you are an educator and want to find out more about our programs please see our educators page.  If you didn’t get a chance to sign up for our newsletter specifically geared to those involved in teaching you can do so here. Note: You can get a copy of our awesome scientist posters painted by Ellen Tamblyn for free by simply registering for our newsletter.

We want to reach you wherever you are!

With the help of some fantastic funding agencies, we are hoping to reach more girls in rural communities. Currently, our work is focusing on the rural and Northern areas of British Columbia. We want to learn more about how we can help inspire and support girls in these communities in the areas of science and technology. If you would like to work with us, please contact Lynn Westcott, our Northern BC program coordinator.

Interested in volunteering?

Are you a woman working or studying in the fields of science, technology, engineering or math? Would you like to volunteer to excite today’s youth about these amazing fields? Sign up to volunteer for ms infinity here.

Please note that we encourage all our volunteers to also be SCWIST members to help keep these programs going. Sign up now!

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These programs would not be possible without the support of our members as well as our funders.