About Engineering Outreach

Community involvement

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Adventures in Engineering and Science is committed to introducing young minds to the wonders and merits of science, engineering, and technology, no matter their ethnicity, gender, culture, and socio-economic background.

We offer completely subsidized workshops and summer camp programs to youth across Ontario and Quebec.

    We are proud to have partnered with the following groups and organizations:

    • Ottawa Inuit Children’s Centre (Ottawa)
    • Odawa Native Friendship Centre (Ottawa)
    • Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health (Ottawa)
    • Black Engagement Civic Action Network (Ottawa)
    • Minwaashin Lodge - Aboriginal Women's Support Centre (Ottawa)
    • Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa (Ottawa)
    • Akwesasne Freedom School (Cornwall)
    • Ahkwesahsne Mohawk School (Cornwall)
    • Boys and Girls Club of Cornwall (Cornwall)
    • Boys and Girls Club of Pembroke (Pembroke)
    • Kenjgenwin Tek Educational Institute (M'Chigeeng)
    • Kitigan Zibi Community (Maniwaki)
    • Nipissing First Nation (Nipissing)
    • Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre (Peterborough)
    • North Bay Indian Friendship Centre (North Bay)
    • N'Swakamok Native Friendship Centre (Sudbury)
    • Sheshegwaning First Nation, St-Joseph Anishinaabek school (Sheshegwaning)
    • Whitefish River First Nation (Whitefish River)
    • Boys and Girls Club of Dawson Community Centre (Verdun)
    • Scouts Canada (Ottawa)
    • Girl Guides of Canada (Ottawa, Manotick, Wakefield, North Gower, Ennismore, Trenton, Bridgenorth)
    • Pathway to Education
    • City of Ottawa (Public libraries and community centres)
    • Christie Lake Community Centre
    • Crysler Optimist Club
    • Rotary Club of Nepean

    Funding

    Adventures Platinum Funders

     TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, uOttawa, Ontario Power Generation, Youth Services Jeunesse, NSERC-CRSNG, Conseil de la coopération de l'Ontario, Government of Canada, Community Foundation of Ottawa

    Actua

    Actua provides training, resources and support to its national network of members located at universities and colleges across Canada in the delivery of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education outreach programming.

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    Each year, these members engage over 225,000 youth in 500 communities nationwide.

    2018 Actua National Funders

     Government of Canada, Google, Suncor Energy Foundation, Ontario Trillium Foundation, General Electric, NSERC-CRSNG, Toyota Foundation, TD, Lockheed Martin, Imperial Oil, GE, RBC
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