As a volunteer, you can help students discover the relevance of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in their own lives and foster interests in STEM fields. You can also help create inclusive and collaborative environments where concepts and issues can be explored to support underrepresented persons and organizations across academic and non-academic STEM fields.

Chembassador Chemistry Outreach

If you are interested in getting involved with UBC Chemistry outreach, please contact tamara.freeman@ubc.ca

Computer Science Outreach

If you are interested in getting involved with Computer Science outreach, please contact bowen.hui@ubc.ca

iSTAND (integrative STEM Team Advancing Networks of Diversity)

iSTAND drives organizational change on and off campus through advancing equity, diversity, and inclusivity in STEM education and enterprises. If you are interested in exploring ways to make a difference in your own community, contact jennifer.jakobi@ubc.ca

Let’s Talk Science Outreach 

As a volunteer, you can share your knowledge to inspire and engage students, helping them discover the relevance of science in their own lives. Explore ways you can be a role model in your own community, as part of the Let’s Talk Science Outreach team

School of Engineering

If you are interested in getting involved with School of Engineering outreach events, please contact marie.reid@ubc.ca

UBC Geering Up Engineering Outreach

Are you a current grade 9, 10, 11, 12, or a university student (and is going to be at least 15 years of age by December 31st, 2019) interested in volunteering with kids this school year? Are you passionate about sharing STEM in a hands-on learning environment? Find out specific volunteer opportunities

Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) Mentoring Program

Looking for opportunities to share your expertise with students and help them transit from academics to a career? Consider becoming an industry mentor