Let's Talk Science - National Efforts

Support the Let's Talk Science Outreach program! By making a donation, you will ensure our student volunteers have the resources and training necessary to deliver FREE hands-on/minds-on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning experiences for students and youth across Canada.

Organizer: Let's Talk Science Office - Andre Motuzas

Type Of Group: Education and Research




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The Group's Purpose

Our national Let’s Talk Science Outreach program is made up of over 3,500 dedicated and passionate student volunteers at 50 Universities and Colleges across the country.

Collectively, we inspire and engage more than 300,000 children and youth across Canada in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Our volunteers give of their time and expertise to support educators and provide students in Kindergarten to Grade 12 with free hands-on/minds-on STEM learning experiences.

Here are just a few of the learning experiences our volunteers provide:
• Visit classrooms or community groups to engage kids in a wide variety of STEM activities
• Guide field trips and laboratory, facility or campus tours
• Mentor students & engage them in authentic scientific research
• Give school-wide presentations
• Provide science fair mentoring and judging
• Program career panels for teens
• Participate in community outreach events

We also focus on the following special initiatives at selected sites:
• Let’s Talk Science Challenge – a one-day enrichment event for Grade 6-8 students that combines a question and answer competition with a hands-on design challenge
• StemCellTalks – a one-day symposium for Grade 11-12 students to interact with experts in the field to investigate the basics of stem cell science and address ethical questions

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How to Help

Let’s Talk Science is a national, charitable organization. As such, we rely on the generosity of corporations, foundations, government and individuals – like you – to help us keep our programs free and accessible to all.

Please consider making a donation to the Let’s Talk Science Outreach program so we can continue to make a difference in the lives of children and youth in communities across Canada.

About the Organizers

The Let’s Talk Science Outreach program is managed and organized by student volunteer coordinators at 50 post-secondary sites across Canada.