RYERSON UNIVERSITY

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HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH PROGRAMS

Girl Guide Engineering Badge Day at Ryerson University

Highschool Outreach Program

Typically running on an early February weekend, this event is a collaboration between Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWiE) and Girl Guides Ontario. Girls have an opportunity to see engineering schools and meet with female leaders in the field.

Go CODE Girl

Highschool Outreach Program

A one day workshop for girls in grades 7 to 11 to learn about coding and software development. They will also be exposed to many opportunities relating to the field, and will become immersed in the world of computing and engineering. Typically runs on a late February weekend.

Go ENG Girl

Highschool Outreach Program

A one day event where both boys and girls (it’s co-ed!) in grades 7 to 10 get to meet some current Ryerson engineering students. Parents can tag along, and the day consists of some hands on activities and a speaker panel. It typically runs on a weekend day in October.

Let's Talk Science

Highschool Outreach Program

This event allows high school students to volunteer and teach younger students. There are also classroom visits and workshops as part of this outreach, so high schoolers have a chance to either run the workshops or participate in them.

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SCIENCE CLUBS

Biology Course Union

University Student Club: Science

This group works together to give an opportunity for undergraduate biology students to meet up. They work with the Ryerson Science Society to bring students together for events, networking, and creating friendships.

Ryerson Pre-Medical Society

University Student Club: Science

This is a group that connects students who are interested in pursuing medical school after Ryerson. Through hosting events they help students connect and learn about options in various medical fields, applying to medical school, and more!  

Women in Science at Ryerson

University Student Club: Science

This group supports and addresses women in science and helps with career preparation.

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TECHNOLOGY CLUBS

Computer Science Course Union

University Student Club: Technology

This union engages computer science students by running a computer science social while promoting interest. They also run a variety of other academic events and connect students with each other.

Women in Computer Science

University Student Club: Technology

WiCS is organized by female undergrad students in Ryerson’s Computer Science program and they encourage and support women in the field. Their goal is to recruit more females to attain a CS degree and encourage students to come together to network and socialize through events.

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ENGINEERING CLUBS

Engineers Without Borders-Ryerson Chapter

University Student Club: Engineering

Through member learning workshops and youth outreach sessions, EWB strives to inspire individuals to develop solutions to causes, which affect those in poverty. They engage the Ryerson community with political advocacy, global engineering, fair trade and youth outreach. They also strive to improve the quality of life through systematic changes, in both developing and developed countries. The group makes local changes as well as large scale ones.

Ryerson Engineering Student Society

University Student Club: Engineering

RESS represent all undergraduate engineering students and engages them in a variety of social, academic and miscellaneous services. The are part of the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES) and Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario (ESSCO), which represent EngSoc’s from schools across province and nationally.

National Society of Black Engineers

University Student Club: Engineering

NSBE nationally has over 29900 members and the Ryerson chapter is responsible for holding fun activities and, professional events. Their goal is to stimulate and develop interest in engineering, empower minority youth, function as a representative and ensure that innovative project ideas are implemented on chapter, regional or national levels.

Biomedical Engineering Society: Ryerson Chapter

University Student Club: Engineering

Ryerson BMES offers a chance for members to publish articles, participate in tours, competitions, meetings, lectures, leadership workshops and more! They want to promote the profession of biomedical engineering while uniting Ryerson’s community.

Institute of Industrial Engineers Ryerson Chapter 888

University Student Club: Engineering

This IIE Ryerson chapter aims to generate opportunities and aims to establish contacts and connections with other students and local professionals. They also hold regular meetings in which there are speakers, tours and social events. They host an annual National Student Conference that brings together students from educational institutions all across Ontario.

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