Youth Science Canada (YSC) is one of the country’s leading national youth science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) outreach networks, with a 56-year record of success. We challenge Canadian youth to engage their curiosity and transform their questions and ideas into projects that tackle real and important issues – discovery, energy, environment, health, information, innovation and resources.

In partnership with Ted Rogers Community Grants, YSC will continue their dedication in ensuring the success of future generations of Canadians.

National Partner Programs

STEM Entrepreneurship Bootcamp

is an intensive weeklong program that is offered to CWSF finalists who demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit and a project with commercial potential.

Rogers will be giving 10 Ted Rogers Innovation Awards at the Canada Wide Science Fair 2018, 2019 and 2020, for outstanding national finalists. Each award would provide a full scholarship to participate in the weeklong YSC/York University STEM Entrepreneur Bootcamp in Toronto.

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The Canada Wide Science Fair

is the only national event celebrating and inspiring youth STEM by hosting 10,000 grade 7-12 students from every province and territory. It offers dedicated programming and interactive STEM exhibits from its’ partners and displays 400 student projects.

Rogers will also recognize one project at each of the 104 Youth Science Canada regional science fairs in 2019 and 2020.

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Regional Science Fairs

is an opportunity for youth with a passion for STEM to showcase their innovative science projects. Every year, over 100 Youth Science Canada-affiliated regional science fairs take place in the country, with approximately 25,000 students competing across Canada.

Rogers will award each first place winner a Ted Rogers Innovation Award. Winners from the regional science fairs will advance to the annual Canada Wide Science Fair for a chance to participate in the STEM Entrepreneurship Bootcamp.

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