Our programs are designed to be hands-on, engaging and relevant! Come share our wonder of science, engineering and technology.
Who: girls in Grade 6
When: February (Registration information available in November)
What: A fabulous day of science, engineering & technology activities for 600 Grade 6 girls and their teachers.
Tales from the Science Buffalo
Who: Grade 6 classes in Aboriginal communities
When: 6 presentations throughout the school year (three 2-day visits)
What: A series of interactive and hands-on classroom presentations that honour Aboriginal Ways of Knowing and introduce careers in the sciences.
Who: Junior High classes in rural communities
When: 4 times throughout the school year
What: 4 videoconferenced experiments presented by researchers in science, engineering and technology
Who: girls in grades 6-9
When: book your session when it is convenient for you
What: Evening or weekend-long interactive sessions in Information Technology
Who: young women in high school
When: late November
What: A one day Science, Engineering & Technology conference that provides 200 young women in grades 10-12 with the opportunity to engage in hands-on experiences and learn more about careers and studies in the SET fields.
Summer Research Program
Who: young men and women who have completed Grade 11
What: A once-in-a-lifetime six-week paid research work experience for 60 young men and women in Grade 11. This unique program allows students to be actual researchers in fields such as science, engineering, nutrition and nursing.