STIM

Les STIM incluent les sciences, les technologies, l’ingénierie et les mathématiques.

Événements externes prochains (Ces événements se sont déroulés en anglais)

Ressources

Fields
Select some filters
Resources Type
Select some filters
Topics
Select some filters

STEAM Sisters

STEAM Sisters are classes specialized for young girls to learn and experiment in ranging topics of STEAM. Mentorships are also created between high school girls and professionals in STEAM. STEAM Sisters calls for the exploration of interests and increase in self-esteem as girls collaborate with peers and experience the power of women in STEAM.​ Each class is dedicated to science, technology, engineering, art, or math. In each class, girls will complete hands-on projects relating to each category, learn about careers , understand how these subjects affect our future, receive resources to be involved in these subjects like clubs or classes, meet professionals or prestigious clubs in the subjects, interact with others, and more! 

En apprendre plus »

Employment for persons with disabilities

Job Bank has tools and services that can help persons with disabilities connect with employers. This page will help you find information about the various Job Bank services available to both job seekers with disabilities and employers seeking to hire persons with disabilities.

En apprendre plus »

Oak Grove Family Camp

Oak Grove Family Camp is a weekend long, sleep-away camp for 2SLGBTQ+ (two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer) families who have a child or youth aged 17 or under in their care (including both those who are headed by (a) 2SLGBTQ+ parent(s) and those with an 2SLGBTQ+ child).

En apprendre plus »

Northern Lights Aero Foundation: Captain Judy Cameron Scholarship

This scholarship – awarded by Air Canada – targets young women in pursuit of non-traditional aviation careers as commercial pilots or aircraft maintenance engineers who may not have the financial means to do so. It is open to all women who are Canadian citizens who have been accepted, are enrolled, or are considering a post-secondary aviation flight program or aircraft repair and maintenance program.

En apprendre plus »

Pride at Work Canada

Pride at Work Canada/Fierté au travail Canada empowers Canadian employers to build workplaces that celebrate all employees regardless of gender expression, gender identity, and sexual orientation. They help private, public and nonprofit employers to create safer, more inclusive workplaces that recognize the skills of LGBTQ2+ people.

En apprendre plus »

Girls Exploring Trades and Technology

Girls Exploring Trades and Technology (Saskatchewan, Manitoba) introduces girls in grades 6, 7 and 8 to possible future careers while attending a fun and engaging week-long summer camp that demystifies tools and technology, and builds self-awareness and confidence. The girls learn they have options to select occupations according to their own talents, skills and abilities, and are encouraged to think about career options that go beyond the societal norm so they see themselves as a person first, and not a gender.

En apprendre plus »

Six indomitable women: Success stories in STEM

As we face a multitude of complex challenges—from climate change to global health epidemics to rising inequality—the role of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) has become instrumental in our technology-driven world, where some of the fastest growing, lucrative occupations are in STEM fields. Many women in STEM face several challenges every day. Lack of motivation, confidence, family issues, implicit bias, and a general underrepresentation of women and girls in leadership positions and higher education remain systemic problems. However, participation of women in STEM occupations is essential, because diversity is a key factor in innovation and development. Commemorating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (February 11), here are the inspiring stories of six women who are thriving in STEM fields.

En apprendre plus »

41 Job Titles In Tech. Which One Will Be Yours?

By 2020 there will be nearly one and a half million open jobs in the tech sector, tech skills are 20 of the top 25 most sought after skills by employers on Linkedin, and all 10 of the fastest growing keywords in job listings on Indeed are tech related. All of them! Here are some of the job titles you can snag.

En apprendre plus »

Women in Science Speaker Series, feat. the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport

The Johnson Shoyama Centre for the Study of Science and Innovation Policy was pleased to host the inaugural Women in Science Speaker Series, featuring the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, on Monday, January 14, 2019. Her talk was entitled, « Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Research. » This series showcases leading female scientists in the STEM sectors and recognizes their contributions to policy development, national dialogue, economic growth and prosperity.

En apprendre plus »

Learning to Lead STEM Program

This online program (delivered through Zoom) is for self-identified girls who are curious about STEM fields and want to develop the confidence to follow a non-traditional path. They are looking for 25 curious problem-solvers in Grades 10-12, ready to connect with themselves, other STEM curious students, and to a network of inspiring mentors working in STEM fields.

En apprendre plus »

Perimeter Institute: Public Lectures

Perimeter Institute brings great thinkers from around the world to Canada to share their ideas on a wide variety cutting-edge subjects. Each event is tailored for the general public and everyone is welcome to attend. No mathematical or physics knowledge is necessary or assumed, but curiosity is required.

En apprendre plus »

University of Toronto Sexuality and Gender Diversity Office

The Sexual & Gender Diversity Office (SGDO) develops partnerships to build supportive learning and working communities at the University of Toronto by working towards equity and challenging discrimination. The Office provides innovative education, programming, resources and advocacy on sexual and gender diversity for students, faculty, librarians, and staff across the University’s three campuses.

En apprendre plus »

Making Changes Advancing Futures for Women

Making Changes Women in Technology program includes three main parts: Employment and Power Skills (5 weeks) – Along with technology industry employment skills, students will learn how to create a tech job focused resume, behavioural and IT interviewing skills and networking. The program will focus on complex problem solving, emotional intelligence, creativity and computational/critical thinking. These skills have been determined by industry experts as required for successful and thriving employment. Full Stack Web Development Training (17 weeks) –Qualified instructors will deliver Web Development Training. Including but not limited to: HTML, CSS, Python, JavaScript and SQL Work Experience (4 weeks) – Making Changes offers all participants a work experience opportunity in the Information and Technology sector.

En apprendre plus »

Hunter Hub receives funding to lead women in STEM entrepreneurship program and pitch competition

The Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking’s WELab program is the first of its kind in the university’s history and will serve all female-identifying students, staff, and faculty interested in receiving entrepreneurial mentorship and training. The goals of the program are to support women in building business, social enterprise or side hustle in STEM; support women to grow an existing business, social enterprise or side hustle in STEM; strengthen a business or entrepreneurial skills for women entrepreneurs in STEM; support the participation of women entrepreneurs in traditionally under-represented sectors, specifically women of colour and Indigenous women in STEM; support networking and mentorship access for women entrepreneurs and; create awareness of entrepreneurial resources across all disciplines.

En apprendre plus »

Welcome Talent Canada

Welcome Talent Canada provides newly settled refugees with the tools and resources they need to help them jump start their professional careers in Canada and find meaningful employment opportunities.

En apprendre plus »

U of T undergraduate has a message for women and girls considering STEM fields: ‘You can’

As a young girl in Mexico, Adriana Diaz Lozano Patino was clear on what she wanted to do when she grew up. “Since I was very young, I loved the idea of becoming a scientist – even though when you’re 10 years old, you don’t really know what that actually means,” says Patino, now a third-year engineering science student in the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering who is majoring in biomedical engineering.

En apprendre plus »

Indigenous Engineering Inclusion Inc.

Indigeneers committed to innovation and transformation with industries and Indigenous communities through industry and inclusion training and engineering consulting. Indigenous Engineering Inclusion Inc. is built on a strong foundation of mentoring and sustainability.

En apprendre plus »