Volunteer Application

Applications are currently closed for the Winter 2019 semester, however, you can register to be on the Summer 2019 waitlist now!
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about us

who we are and our story

about us

Ready for STEM's committee consists of student volunteers from Memorial University who are concerned with attracting students to STEM and providing them with the skills and education to become contributors to the economy of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Our mission

Ready for STEM aims to give every child in Newfoundland & Labrador the competence, confidence and capacity to pursue a career in STEM.

Our goal is to aid the province's STEM organizations in maximizing their investments by continuously monitoring student feedback and providing additional human resources to help the organizations prepare, produce, and promote STEM content.

Testimonials

What our volunteers say

"I joined Ready for STEM to gain the opportunity to encourage others to try and experience programs in the science and engineering fields and to get involved with the community."

Kelsey Smith

"I'm passionate about science and engineering and excited about sharing knowledge and inspiring kids to explore STEM"

Victoria Pennel

"I love STEM and introducing kids to new scientific topics and experiments. I want to inspire others to get involved in STEM and find what interests them."

Jon Stone

Why Volunteer?

Do something that benefits you!
01

Shape Your Own Role

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.

02

Learn New Skills

Learn to work with a team, gain public speaking experience or program applications. We want our volunteers to learn things that will help you build your dream career in STEM.

03

Share your Story

Our volunteers do amazing things. We want to help share your story and inspire the children of Newfoundland & Labrador to pursue careers in STEM.