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Stoodis Science: Future Scientists Program

The Stoodis Future Scientist Program is a free virtual day-program is open to First Nations, Inuit and Metis high school students who are interested in STEM. Future scientists will learn how their own culture and knowledge can advance their work in STEM fields. This year's program will be a three-day online experience that includes leadership workshops, exploring science opportunities and engaging with professionals in the field.

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Scientist Spotlights

Scientists and professionals from a diverse range of specialties will speak about their work and career paths. Future scientists will have the opportunity to broaden their scope on what careers in science look like and how to get there.

Leadership and Teamwork

Through a series of workshops, future scientists will be encouraged to develop leadership, teamwork and communication skils. 

Science Communication

Future scientists will develop their science communication skills by creating engaging and educational content to be shared across social media platforms.

By the end of the program, students will have:

  • Learned about various science fields and careers
  • Increased their network
  • Developed leadership and teamworking skills
  • Gained a better insight into univeristy life
  • Created educational science content for social media platforms


Current grade 9, 10, or 11 First Nations, Inuit and Metis students who are interetsted in STEM. 


Accepted participants will attend full-day programming from August 11 to 13.


Online. Due to Covid-19 the entire program will be conducted virtually. Because of this participants must have access to reliable internet.


Registration for Summer 2020 are closed. Check back in Spring 2021 to learn more about Summer!


Applications for this program are closed. Check back in Spring 2021 for updates about Summer.