Over the past 24 years, Actua has demonstrated an unparalleled capacity to build a cross‑Canada delivery network that has engaged over 5 million youth in developing STEM and digital skills needed to succeed. Actua has been driven by a fundamental commitment to inclusion and diversity by engaging Indigenous youth, girls, new Canadians, and youth facing socioeconomic challenges.

Ted Rogers Community Grants support Actua’s National Girls Program to help engage more girls across Canada with deeper impact work, specifically related to building digital and coding skills within a STEM context.

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National Partner Programs

Go Where Kids Are

A program that engages new Canadians, refugees, at risk youth and youth facing adverse socio economic challenges.

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Indigenous Youth in STEM is a community-based program that provides culturally relevant experiential learning opportunities with assistance of local Elders and leaders that inspire youth to pursue further studies and careers in STEM.

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National Girls Program

a set of specialized all girl initiatives that help young women build their economic independence and resilience Actua connects girls with mentors and role models in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) who expose them to STEM studies and careers.

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