Video webseries that explores the representations of women in pop culture narratives.
Below you'll find events, camps and career information so you can support the children in your life to be inspired by STEM!
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Engineering and science in-school workshops, summer camps, and outreach programs at UBC Vancouver & Okanagan.
Programs to introduce girls to exciting career options and positive female role models in science and technology.
An online test that measures your implicit associations about race, gender, sexual orientation and other topics.
A Canadian charity that provides a month-long summer program focused on STEAM to 800 students every year.
The SFU STEM Outreach Collective is a collection of SFU groups that are focused on promoting outreach and engagement within STEM. Representatives from these groups meet once a semester in order to brainstorm ways to make STEM more accessible for all.
STEM Career Information
Bridging the Gap
Twelve videos on occupations in the electricity and renewable energy industry by Electricity Human Resources Canada.
Learn about a careers that use STEM skills and knowledge from people who love what they do for a living. Learn about their career pathways, what motivates them and why their jobs are important to others.
Other Fun Resources
Supported by WWEST, the Phylo(mon) Project has released a fun card game that focuses on awesome women in STEM, as well as issues pertaining to the challenges around gender equity. The game can be downloaded for free at the link above!
Technovation offers girls ages 10-18 around the world the opportunity to learn the necessary skills to become tech entrepreneurs and leaders. They will learn to identify a problem in their community and create a mobile app solution to address that problem.