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Education Programs

SciXchange partners with Let's Talk Science (external link, opens in new window) , a national STEM education charity, to connect educators and youth with outstanding volunteers to deliver a wide variety of meaningful science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning experiences in both school and community settings. The Let’s Talk Science program at Toronto Metropolitan University offers educational activities, workshops and events free of charge to schools, educators and community groups.

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We are currently developing our programs for the 2023-24 school year. Educators can keep up to date by joining our Educator Newsletter (external link, opens in new window) . Check back at the end of August for program specifics and registration information.


We’re here to work with your group or class to help youth develop positive attitudes toward STEM while building critical skills and gaining career awareness. We offer virtual and in-person activities for individual classes and community groups. We also offer on-campus workshops and events, typically for high school students, throughout the year.

The availability of all of our programs is limited by the schedules of our volunteers, staff and space (as needed).

Many of the activities we facilitate can be found on our YouTube Channel. Check out our STEM Experiments Playlist (external link, opens in new window)  for ideas and hands-on activities.


We train TMU undergraduate and graduate students to engage youth and the general public in science, math, technology and engineering outreach activities. Our volunteers and student staff work hard to inspire the next generation, share their knowledge and develop their communication skills. We thank you for giving our volunteers these invaluable experiential learning opportunities.

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High school on-campus lab