Heather E. McFarlane, Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteer and Tomatosphere™ volunteer

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

After taking part in the Let’s Talk Science Outreach program in Canada, Heather continues to stay involved with Let’s Talk Science from Australia!

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Luc Denis, CurioCity volunteer

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

Luc is a volunteer for the online program CurioCity.

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Heidi Dixon, Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteer at Memorial University, St. John's Campus

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

Heidi is one of our many volunteers who takes part in multi-day outreach trips to remote communities across Canada. Volunteers can be travelling for Let’s Talk Science anywhere from an afternoon to over a week! Providing equitable access is an important goal for all of Let’s Talk Science’s programs

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Simran Diocee, Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteer at the University of Manitoba

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

Simran has been volunteering with Let’s Talk Science for over 3 years and has had a lot of fun sharing her passion for science with others.

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Emily Morris, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Volunteer at Queen’s University

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

Though Emily is new to Let's Talk Science this school year, she is already working with fellow volunteers to combine Tomatosphere™ and Let's Talk Science Outreach in her community.

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Carmen D Souza and Aaron D Cruz, Let’s Talk Science Volunteers

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

Meet Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteer Carmen and her son Aaron. This mother and son duo has teamed-up to engage children and youth in their community since moving to Canada.

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Our Stories: Honouring Cultures and Inspiring Strong Futures

2017-5-6 | News

Eager faces full of wonderment peer with anticipation into the mesh basket in the middle of the table. Inside, a butterfly is about to emerge from its chrysalis before a mesmerized audience of Grade Two students. Manisha Khetarpal warmly explains, “There is absolute silence as they wait for this miracle of nature.”

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Our Stories: Student Volunteer Finds Homemade Slime Can Stretch Minds

2017-5-6 | News

To Billy Sun, there’s a formula to turning children on to science. Take borax, mix with white glue, and add food colouring. The result? Homemade slime.

That’s his favourite activity when he volunteers with Let’s Talk Science Outreach at Hamilton area schools in Ontario. “The kids love it because it’s fun,” says Billy, a fourth-year health sciences student at McMaster University.

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Our Stories: Every Child is An Explorer

2017-5-6 | News

In school, giving the right answer is great. However, science teacher Phil Langford gets even more excited hearing something else from students.

“Science is asking the right questions,” says Phil, head of the science department at Bert Fox High School in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan.

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Zaid Al-Dabbagh, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Volunteer at the University of Waterloo

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

Although Zaid has only been volunteering with Let’s Talk Science in Waterloo for a short time, he is already connecting with new people and inspiring them with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)

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Shannon Obradovich and Yaying Zhong, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Volunteers at the University of British Columbia

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

Our volunteers can become mentors to new volunteers. Longtime volunteer, Shannon, and new volunteer, Yaying, are a dynamic Outreach duo at the University of British Columbia

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Hannah Gehrels, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Volunteer at the University of Prince Edward Island

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

It doesn’t take long to get started volunteering with us! Just ask Hannah, who is only 3 months in!

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Leann Sweeney, Let’s Talk Science Outreach and CurioCity Volunteer

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

We want to make volunteering possible for everyone interested. This includes finding specific activities that suit the schedules and interests of both professionals and students.

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Michelle Bondy, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Coordinator and Volunteer at the University of Windsor

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

Through the Outreach program, our Local Site Coordinators work to ensure their volunteers are having a rewarding and impactful experience.

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Laetitia Guillemette, Let’s Talk Science CurioCité Volunteer

2017-5-6 | Featured Volunteers

You can volunteer in French, English, online and in person! Help us make our programs accessible to all Canadians.

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