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HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH PROGRAMS

Grade 12 Enriched Program

Highschool Outreach Program

Engineering Outreach UofT is offering highly-motivated grade 12 students who are planning to enter university in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) two preview courses that will be diving deeper into grade 12 curriculum and previewing first-year STEM courses.

Link to join Mailing list for application information: http://outreach.engineering.utoronto.ca/about-us/join-mailing-list/

High School Saturday Program

Highschool Outreach Program

High School Saturday Program encourages students to explore science, engineering, math and technology in a community-oriented, confidence-building environment. Classes are divided by grade and generally touch on various topics in the STEM related field.

To apply, http://outreach.engineering.utoronto.ca/general-registration-information/

Da Vinci Engineering Enrichment Program (DEEP)

Highschool Outreach Program

This is designed for highly motivated high school students around the world with an aptitude for science and math. This program is highly advanced and involves in-depth practice and learning that exposes students to upper-year university course work, with courses taught by the Engineering faculty’ top alumni, PhD candidates, and Master’s and undergraduate students.

This is offered as a Spring seminar series and a Summer academy. 

Applications are now closed for Summer 2018.

Science Unlimited Summer Camp

Highschool Outreach Program

Science Unlimited offers high school students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in a week of workshops from the Departments of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Math, Physics and the School of the Environment.

Applications for 2018 are now closed, but to be notified for when August 2019 applications begin, email

outreach@physics.utoronto.ca

Math Academy

Highschool Outreach Program

The Math Academy Programs are aimed at providing Grades 9 – 12 students with experience in Mathematics and Mathematics Research by covering concepts not usually covered in the curriculum, with a focus on ‘discovery’. Allows students to think from the perspective of a mathematician in a fun, creative and abstract way.

This program is offered in Spring Break and August. Applications are now closed, but for more information on how to apply click 'Learn More' and scroll to the bottom of the page. 

Mentorship Program

Highschool Outreach Program

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Toronto is offering a mentorship program pairing Grade 11 and 12 high school students interested in the field of mathematics study and research with graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and faculty in the field. Applications are currently closed, but for information on when it begins for next year, email outreach@math.toronto.edu

MED YSP (Youth Summer Program)

Highschool Outreach Program

Every summer, high school students are offered an exclusive glimpse into the world of medicine and medical research by the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine. Med YSP offers students currently enrolled in grades 10 and 11 (or their international equivalents) four unique one-week modules that each introduces a major medical discipline. Each module includes lectures from world-class faculty and hands-on experimentation, guided by distinguished medical researchers, in cutting-edge research laboratories.

For registration links to Med YSP and scholarships for Med YSP, follow this link:

https://campscui.active.com/orgs/UniversityofTorontoYSP

Girls in STEM (Monthly Club and Conference)

Highschool Outreach Program

This club is open to girls in grades 6 - 9. It meets on the first Saturday of every month and ends with the Girls in STEM Conference. Students enrolled in this program will have monthly workshops and seminars that will engage them in various topics in the STEM fields. 

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SCIENCE CLUBS

Women in Science and Engineering

University Student Club: Science & Engineering

WISE aims to promote women in STEM fields and provide a platform for female students at Lassonde School of Engineering to succeed in their academics and future endeavors.