UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH

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HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH PROGRAMS

Creative Encounters

Highschool Outreach Program

This is a a non-profit science, engineering, and technology program organized by the University of Guelph and are operated by undergraduate students. They conduct workshops at elementary schools  but the organization is known for its STEM summer camps that includes an all girls residential camp. Age range is from elementary to grade 9.

Let's Talk Science Outreach

Highschool Outreach Program

Let’s talk science is an national community outreach program that creates workshops and events that strives to introduce and ignite passion for the STEM field in students ranging from preschool to grade 12.  It’s Guelph chapter provides these workshops and undergraduate volunteers to schools and community in Guelph.

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SCIENCE CLUBS

STEM Fellowship

University Student Club: STEM

STEM Fellowship Guelph is a chapter of the STEM Fellowship organization, which is a student-run organization that’s run in more than 20 universities in Canada. Their  mission is to empower students and provide them with opportunities, skills, and connections through mentorship, workshops, and networking events. They provide events that gives students skills in data science, inquiry, and research. Research opportunities will be available.

Health Occupations of Students America

University Student Club: Health Sciences

HOSA is an organization that aims to further student’s knowledge in healthcare through educational competitions, including written and practical health sciences events. The preparation for the competition allows students to learn useful knowledge that will be beneficial in their future career in healthcare. The club presents many opportunities to network with healthcare professionals, which can benefit students who desire to pursue a healthcare career.

Physics Club

University Student Club: Science

The physics club is a hub for students interested in physics and desire to enter the field. Opportunities such as speaker events with professional of the field and socializing with professors, and organizing demo days (demonstrations that explains physics concepts) are available.

Bio-medical Sciences Students Association

University Student Club: Science

This association is for students in the major of biomedical sciences and those in the major are automatically members of the association. Weekly meetings includes organization of activities such as pizza and prof nights, and  leadership conferences.

Chemistry & Biochemistry Club

University Student Club: Science

The Chemistry and Biochemistry Club is a non-academic club that aim to make chemistry fun for all. Weekly meetings are held and the main event they are preparing for is the  annual College Royal event (a community and school event).

iGEM Guelph

University Student Club: Science

Consisting of undergraduate students, graduates, and professors, iGEM is a project club that uses knowledge from various science disciplines and creativity to engineer possible solutions to a real world problem.

Students will gain practical experience with lab equipment, experience guest lectures from professors, and an opportunity for research in the summer.

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ENGINEERING CLUBS

Engineers Without Borders

University Student Club: Engineering

EWB Guelph brings engineering and non-engineering students across campus to collaborate on local and international  development projects. Some of the things they do includes advocating to the campus and the community about fair trade products. Also, students learn skills needed to enact social change by  attending . workshops, outreach events.