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Teen Clubs on Campus

Targeting participants in grade 7-10, these bilingual educational initiatives provide a positive atmosphere to promote science and engineering. The clubs run for 2.5 hours and participants engage in fun, hands-on activities. 

Language: All clubs are offered in a bilingual setting 

Grades: For kids in grade 7 to grade 10 

Dates: Every Saturday from May 11th to June 15th, 2019

Cost: $120 (for all 6 sessions) payable by credit card online

Location: The drop-off and pick-up take place inside the main entrance of the SITE building at 800 King Edward Avenue.

Programs & Hours:

  • TeenTech Club 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
  • TeenSci Club 1:00 - 3:30 p.m. 

TeenSci Club offers a mix of engineering and science through building innovative projects, biology projects, using 3D printing technology, and much more!

TeenTech Club will give the participants the opportunity to work on a variety of computer-based projects like animation, coding, game creation, 3D modeling, and more. 

Register now for the Spring Clubs!

Afterschool Club for Girls

Afterschool program targeting girls in grades 7-12.

This educational initiative provides a great introduction to various technologies such as 3D printing, laser cutting, and Arduino programming. Each week the teens will work on different components of their project, experiment with new tech, and learn valuable engineering skills.


Teen Technology Club for Girls at your school

If you are a teacher and you are interested in running this program at your school please contact adventures@uOttawa.ca. A resource teacher at the school and a classroom are necessary for us to be able to run the afterschool program.

Indigenous Club in School

Designed for Indigenous students in grades 9-12.

This program provides a great introduction to various technologies such as 3D printing, laser cutting, and Arduino programming. Over the course of the program, students will work on different components of a project designed to improve upon a community issue as well as learn and apply the steps of the design process.


At your school

If you are a teacher and you are interested in running this program at your school please contact adventures@uOttawa.ca. A resource teacher at the school and a classroom are necessary for us to be able to run the afterschool program.


Indigenous Innovating Engineering Club at Gloucester High School

This educational initiative will be offered at the Gloucester High School as a new pilot program during the second semester.

Grades: Grade 9-12

Dates: Every week for a total of 8 to 10 sessions

Hours: 1.5 hours for each sessions

Location: At your school

Cost: Free

Register now!

 
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