You Can Impact A Child’s Access to STEM Education


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Help provide STEM programs to youth

Imagine a Grade 4 student smiling from ear to ear as they have their first “light bulb” moment through a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) experience. Help us develop the next generation of climate heroes, innovators, problem-solvers, and critical thinkers for Canada’s future.

Every child, from the toddler at home learning with mom to the Grade 4 student in a rural and underserved community to the Grade 11 French student in an urban city, is capable of succeeding and becoming an engaged citizen who can understand and contribute to solving the world’s most pressing problems through STEM.

Let’s Talk Science believes that a commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility unleashes tremendous potential energy and can contribute to large-scale transformation in STEM education, which will help to diversify the workforce and support the development of engaged citizens needed in a sustainable and transforming world.

We need your help to educate the next generation to tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues head-on, like climate change, clean drinking water, energy sustainability, and infectious diseases. With easier access to meaningful STEM learning experiences, role models and resources, our children can develop skills needed to thrive.

Together, we can give all kids across Canada the opportunity to experience more “light bulb” moments and build their confidence in STEM.

Visualizing a Future in STEM for Everyone

Thanks to your donations, Let’s Talk Science can provide all educational programming, resources and events in English and French at no cost to youth, educators, parents/caregivers, community groups, etc.

Together, we can create “light bulb” moments that spark a student’s curiosity for a future career in STEM.

Donations to Let’s Talk Science ensure cost is never a barrier for the 6.5 million children from coast to coast to coast. We must support, encourage, and develop meaningful learning opportunities that unleash and develop creative genius and critical thinking skills. We must continue to invest in STEM education both at home and school, as it will pay dividends for generations to come.

“I wanted to take a minute to thank you and your team again for making such an amazing effort in producing the French Challenge online. You kept the kids engaged and coming back, week after week, all the while encouraging them to develop a greater love and appreciation of STEM subjects,” said one mother of two daughters from Montréal, QC, who participated in the French Let’s Talk Science Challenge.

Your donation helps Let’s Talk Science provide equitable access to meaningful STEM programming in person and online for children and youth across Canada. Your gift will help us develop the next generation of innovators and problem-solvers.

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