Teachers and educators:  we want to support you! We offer a variety of programs to support your STEM teaching.  If you are an educator and want to find out more about our programs, please explore the programs that we offer below.

Hands-On STEM Workshops (currently on hold)

Our workshop volunteers are STEM role models and deliver fun, hands-on STEM activities in their area of expertise. Students in grades K-12 will get to meet real scientists, engineers, and people working in technology and math fields, and hear about what they do!

STEM Activity Kits

It only takes a few seconds to order one of our digital science kits! Then within 24 hours you’ll have science videos, worksheets and acitivities in your inbox. Order your kit now.

eMentoring

eMentoring is an 6-week online mentoring program which connects girls in grades 10-12 with female mentors working in a STEM field. Each week, the pairs are provided with topics for discussion and they connect via email or Skype. This program runs three times a year. Learn more.

Quantum Leaps Conferences

Quantum Leaps Conferences are STEM conferences organized by students in their schools. SCWIST provides guidance, help finding STEM speakers, and the opportunity to apply for a $500 Quantum Leaps Grant. Requirements: There must be at least 50% female speakers and organizers. Apply now or contact our ms infinity Program Coordinator to learn more.

Posters of Canadian Scientists

Ellen Tamblyn, a grade 12 student in BC, created 6 portraits of female Canadian scientists. These are available as 8.5″X11″ posters for your class. Contact us for your free posters.

Contact information for educators: Our program coordinator ([email protected]) will be happy to answer any of your questions or requests.


Northern BC Youth Engagement Program

We want to reach you, wherever you are!  With the help of some fantastic funding agencies, we are reaching more girls in rural communities 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, technology, engineering and math (STEM). If you would like to work with us, please contact our ms infinity coordinator at [email protected].

These Youth Engagement programs would not be possible without the generous support of our SCWIST members, volunteers, donors and funding agencies.