our scientists will visit your community

Sledding Science 2007 at the Fluvarium in NewfoundlandScience learning doesn't just happen in the classroom — it can happen anywhere in your community, thanks to Let’s Talk Science!

Our volunteers visit a wide variety of communities across Canada, appearing at venues such as festivals, libraries, bookstores and science institutions. We also have extensive experience with community groups, including Girl Guides and Scouts, and often visit remote areas and Aboriginal communities. Indoors or outdoors in winter, spring, summer or fall — our volunteers can be where you are!

Our science outreach is free of cost to your community.

For more information about having Let’s Talk Science volunteers at your community gathering, visit our outreach sites page for participating universities or colleges near you. Each site is managed locally by Let's Talk Science Partnership Program Coordinators, who can answer questions you may have about the Program, or provide you with local event information.

Hands-on science at Toronto's Luminato Festival of Arts & Creativity, 2008University of British Columbia volunteers at Harry Potter Bookstore Event, 2007


Rural, Remote and Aboriginal Communities

Let's Talk Science is committed to extending science outreach to youth in communities that do not have the same level of access to science programming as those in urban settings.

University of Victoria First Nations Summer Camp, 2008Our science outreach program provides opportunities for volunteers to travel to rural, remote and Aboriginal communities, where they can deliver a variety of hands-on science activities to youth in any school, home-school or community setting. We welcome outreach requests from any community in any province!

For more information, please contact us or call us toll-free at 1.877.474.4081.
 

University of British Columbia volunteers in Whitehorse, Yukon 2008U of T (Scarborough) volunteers at Kapuskasing Lumberjack Heritage Festival 2008

 
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