The Faculty of Applied Sciences' many outreach initiatives are designed to engage diverse communities and spark a life-long passion for engineering and technology.
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Please note that all events hosted at the SFU Burnaby or Surrey campuses are wheelchair accessible.
Science AL!VE strives to engage Grade K-7 students in hands-on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art&design, Mathematics) programs to build measurable skills and improve self-confidence. We offer summer camps, weekend clubs, online workshops and resources for teachers.
Visit our website for current program offerings.
Join the global tech entrepreneurship competition for girls! Every year, Technovation Girls challenges 10 to 18 year old girls to build a business plan and mobile app that will address a community problem.
The SFU Applied Sciences Community Lab (CoLab) is a collaborative learning environment for youths (primarily grade 8-11) to explore the various aspects of Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies (ADST). Workshops and resources are made available to support youths as they design, make, tinker, and refine their passion projects. The overarching goals are to help our students learn and appreciate the engineering design process, gain hands-on experience in design and making, and develop a portfolio to demonstrate learning throughout their time in the CoLab.
Invent the Future is Canada’s first and only two-week summer enrichment program focused on bringing Artificial Intelligence (AI) expertise, community and mentorship to young women in Grade 10 and 11. During this AI Scholars Program, participants from across Canada will explore the world of AI through team projects, and connect with mentors and industry experts in a supportive yet challenging environment.
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Speaker Series provides secondary school students with the opportunity to meet and interact with role models in STEM fields. During this event, our guest speakers, which consist of graduate students, faculty members, and/or working professionals, will talk about their career path and what made them pursue the field they are in.
The Faculty of Applied Sciences at Simon Fraser University invites girls (grades 7 – 10) to learn more about the wonderful world of engineering. Please join us for this free event where girls will have fun participating in a hands-on activity and learn about the possibilities of engineering as a career choice.
The Faculty of Applied Sciences at Simon Fraser University invites girls (grades 7-10) to learn more about the wonderful world of computing science. Please join us for this free event where girls will learn to program Edison robots to navigate an obstacle course. No previous programming experience is necessary.
Girl Guide participants will cover all the requirements for the Engineering Badge by completing engineering challenges, learning about careers in engineering, meeting some current SFU students, and building their own projects!
For grade 11/12 high school computer science teachers.
Are you a high school teacher looking for materials to teach Computer Science or Programming to grade 11/12 students? The SFU Computer Science Teaching Toolkit (CSTT) provides an engaging set of exercises and tools used to teach Introduction to Computer Science and Programming at Simon Fraser University.
These materials are provided free of charge to BC high school teachers, and highlight the utility and breadth of computer science, while teaching fundamental computer science concepts and programming constructs. Please visit this page to find out more details and receive access to the materials.
Internships and Awards
The award-winning SCORE (Surrey Collaborative Outreach and Research Experience) program is a summer research internship program for graduate, undergraduate, and high school students to participate in cutting-edge research projects aimed at advancing health care and solving real-world challenges associated with medical technologies, digital health technologies, and assisted living technologies.
SCORE participants will have the opportunity to be involved with the newest scientific research discoveries in B.C., network with numerous professionals and fellow students, and prepare for a future career in a STEM field.
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