Become a Volunteer
Benefits of Volunteering
- Make a difference! Be part of a community that has inspired youth, educators and volunteers since 1993
- Develop leadership and communication skills that will set you apart from other candidates when you enter the workforce
- Be a role model - motivate and inspire youth to enjoy, understand and pursue STEM
- Develop your teaching skills - learn how to make STEM relevant to young minds and find out if teaching is for you
Let's Talk Science volunteers are role models for young Canadians. As a volunteer, you will meet like-minded people, make a difference in your community, be eligible for prestigious awards and rekindle your love of science.
We set you up for success by providing training, activity kits, funding and materials. Your volunteer coordinator will support your efforts and provide you with volunteer opportunities.
Ways to Volunteer
Let’s Talk Science Outreach
The Let's Talk Science Outreach Program partners post-secondary and professional volunteers with teachers and community programs to lead children and youth through hands-on STEM activities in the classroom or day-long special events on post-secondary campuses.
To volunteer at a Let's Talk Science Outreach post-secondary location near you, find your Local Outreach site and contact the coordinator to sign up. If your institution doesn't appear on this list, contact our national Let's Talk Science Outreach team.
Inspire youth across Canada to study STEM by sharing your expertise! We work within your busy schedule to help meet your volunteering goals.
To learn more or sign-up, contact our national Let's Talk Science Outreach team.
Develop your skills as a writer and online communicator, share your knowledge and passion with students across the country and develop a portfolio of work as a science communicator. Volunteering online with Let's Talk Science is flexible and fits into your schedule. Volunteers make complicated STEM topics interesting, relatable and easy to understand for youth.
Online volunteering opportunities include writing STEM classroom resources, contributing career profiles and reviewing online content.
Let's Talk Science has a community of over 3,500 volunteers across Canada!