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, hand-on opportunities for children and youth to explore the  areas of science, technology, engineering and math.

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 by TREC Education and many more!
  • 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

Terms (2016-2017)

FALL: October 1st to December 10th. Registration deadline extended: Oct 29, 2016

WINTER: January 14th to April 28th. Registration deadline: January 21, 2017


Community STEM Club Locations 2016-2017

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

Toronto Locations

  • Greenbrae
  • Mornelle
  • Victoria Park
  • Swansea Mews
  • Willowridge
  • Driftwood Community Centre
  • Jane and Woolner
  • Moss Park 
  • Bleecker
  • Coatsworth
  • Dan Leckie
  • Rivertown

Peel Locations

  • ErinCourt Co-op
  • Springfield Gardens
  • Malton Community Centre
  • Peel Youth Village (Acorn Place)
  • Queen and Kennedy (The Journey Neighbourhood Centre)
  • Knightsbridge (Clark Blvd. P.S)

Register for a Community STEM Club!

  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).