2017-2018 Registration is now open

What are Community STEM Clubs?

Our flagship program is a network of community-based STEM clubs across the Greater Toronto- Hamilton Area that provide year- long, hands-on opportunities for children and youth to explore the  areas of science, technology, engineering and math.

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Community STEM Clubs are open to everyone in the community however, in line with our mandate, priority is given to children/youth who live directly within our meeting space communities. 

Activities

  • Hand's-on STEM experiments
  • Trips to the Ontario Science Centre, Evergreen Brickworks and local universities
  • Guest workshops
  • Community events and showcases
  • Year End Celebration and Awards ceremony

Registered participants will receive a calendar of events and activities.

Age

STEM Clubs are open to children/youth in grades 3 to 8 (ages 8 to 14)

Time

Every Saturday (except Holidays) 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM*

*Check specific location to confirm as some times vary

Registration

2017-2018 registration starts on September 1, 2017! 

Term 1: October 14, 2017- December 2, 2017

Term 2: January 13, 2018- May 5, 2018


Community STEM Club Locations 2017-2018

Click on your community in the interactive map below for specific club times and meeting locations! 

Toronto Locations

  • Greenbrae
  • Mornelle
  • Victoria Park
  • Flemingdon
  • Capri
  • Chester Le
  • Swansea Mews
  • Willowridge
  • Driftwood 
  • YAACE
  • Jane and Woolner
  • Regent Park
  • Moss Park 
  • Bleecker
  • Coatsworth
  • Dan Leckie
  • Rivertowne

Peel Locations

  • ErinCourt Co-op
  • Springfield Gardens
  • Malton Community Centre
  • Peel Youth Village 
  • Queen and Kennedy
  • Knightsbridge

Register for a Community STEM Club!

REGISTRATION FOR THE 2017 FALL TERM IS NOW OPEN.

  1. Open to children and youth grades 3 to 8
  2. Find your community and location
  3. Register via the application form below by the deadline(s)
  4. Wait for a confirmation from us!

* Community STEM Clubs are open to everyone in the community however, in line with our mandate, priority is given to children/youth who live directly within our meeting space communities (i.e. youth living in Toronto Community Housing or Peel Living).