The Ready for STEM initiative encourages STEM organizations in Newfoundland and Labrador to collaborate on content to create engaging programming for students of our province.
We aim to give every child the competence, confidence and capacity to pursue a career in STEM.
Ready for STEM aims to allow our province’s STEM organizations to experiment with the methods they use to attract students to STEM.
Our goal is to provide these organizations with continuous insight into the efficacy of their work.
Ready for STEM is creating interorganizational streams of communications for many of our province’s STEM leaders.
We are now working with these partners and modifying the S-STEM survey to meet the specific needs of our province.
Community Leaders are responsible for the development of Ready for STEM programming and the strategic growth of our initiative.Learn More...
Student Mentors inspire children to pursue careers in STEM by sharing their experiences and leading interactive workshops.Learn More...
Content is key to engaging with students in today's society. Media Directors produce appealing content for social media and in-class presentations.Learn More...
Software Developers will work with our partner organizations to produce applications which will help them meet their objectives.Learn More...
Find the thing you love and determine how to best implement your skills. Our volunteers have the freedom to choose which projects they work on and how often they volunteer.
Learn to work with a team, gain public speaking experience, or learn to program applications. We want our volunteers to learn things that will help you build your dream career in STEM.
Our volunteers do amazing things. We want to help share your story and inspire the children of Newfoundland & Labrador to pursue careers in STEM.
Beginning July 10, Brilliant Labs, in partnership with the federal government’s CanCode and Summer Jobs programs, will launch a series of camps for youth to learn coding and digital skills development. College of the North Atlantic Prince Phillip Drive campus is one of several partners that will host these youth and provide a venue for “campers” to learn code and manipulate devices in a fun learning environment.Read More →