SCWIST seeks Indigenous Outreach Coordinators (2 positions)

Contractor Opportunity – Indigenous Outreach Coordinator Description: Reporting to the Director of Youth Engagement, the Indigenous Outreach Coordinator will oversee the development and implementation of programs for indigenous youth that explore STEM subjects while supporting the running of the existing flagship programs (Quantum Leaps, eMentoring, and workshops). Contract term: Jan 1, 2019 until Dec 31, […]

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Get your tickets to the Spirit of SCWIST fundraiser 2018!

    Be there. And invite your friends! What: Spirit of SCWIST Fundraiser When: Sunday, November 18, 2018 (4:00pm to 8:00pm) Where: Steamworks Brewery, 375 Water Street, Vancouver, BC The Spirit of SCWIST Endowment Fund was established to support the long-term financial stability of our organization. Come and join us at Steamworks Pub for an […]

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STEAM Horizon Awards: $25,000 prize for youth 16-18 years old

  Attention students, parents and teachers! Applications to the Ingenium Foundation Horizon STEAM Award has opened. The competition is open to Canadian youth, 16-18 years old, who have inspiring achievements in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. These achievements which have had a positive impact on the community may include: a science fair win, patented […]

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Volunteer

STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (Can be remote):   Do you have interest in contributing to the strategic development of SCWIST?  Are you a results-oriented contributor and team collaborator with a strong business acumen?  Would you like to apply your skills in writing, research, networking, creativity? Then you might be exactly what we need….   The Strategic […]

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SCWIST Receives Status of Women Funding for 3-year Project to Make DIVERSITY Possible!

SCWIST is proud to announce the receipt of funding from Status of Women Canada (SWC) for a 3-year project to advance gender diversity in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).   The new project builds on the successful Women in Technology Project, also funded by SWC, that created MakePossible, SCWIST’s on-line platform that focuses on 360⁰ mentoring, skill […]

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