Award Winners 2017 National Volunteer Award, Let's Talk Science Outreach 2017 Award Winner: Jennifer Neufeld, University of Ottawa This year, Jenn has been focused on getting students excited about science and joining the scientific community.
coach outlet atlanta vs new orleans At her outreach visits she shares her passion and talks about STEM career pathways related to the topic. Through this she has mentored volunteers and prepared a variety of new activities for the students each visit. Her versatility is a great asset creating activities on topics from biodiversity to coding and working with elementary to high school students. Runner up: Caitlin Loo, Let's Talk Science at University of Toronto, coach outlet sale quest St. George campus Caitlin's experience with Let's Talk Science began as a high school student attending the University of Toronto symposium StemCellTalks. This event sparked her interest in stem cell research and coach factory canada opened her eyes to the variety of STEM careers that exist. She now works to share learning opportunities with youth as a member of the StemCellTalks content development team, an organizer for the Let's Talk Science Challenge and by preparing relevant activities for remote trips. Runner up: Ethan Yang, Let's Talk Science at McGill University Since 2011, Ethan has been an involved Let's Talk Science volunteer and has done outreach in French, coach bags English and Mandarin. Whether in the classroom, at a community visit, mentoring homeschoolers or judging science fairs, Ethan aims to make science fun for youth through interactive activities and asking big questions to pique their interests. Runner up: Nicole Jankovic, Let's Talk Science at University of Alberta Nicole strongly believes in the need to educate and inspire younger generations to pursue STEM and to understand current science advancements. One workshop she has created focuses on sustainable living practices. To create this Grade 4 workshop, she collaborated with the educator and the campus Office of Sustainability to create a hands on/minds on workshop to fully engage the students. 2016 Portia Kalun, McMaster University 2015 Curtis McCloskey, University of Ottawa 2014 Sue McKee, University of Ottawa 2013 Li Wang, University of Saskatchewan 2012 Gabriel Potvin, University of Ottawa 2011 Sara Rafferty, University of Ottawa Let's Talk Science David Colcleugh Leadership Award 2017 Award Winner: Mannix Chan, Let's Talk Science at University of Victoria As a local coordinator, Mannix is excited for the opportunity to inspire young students with curiosity and to encourage volunteers to continue being curious as well. He works to understand his team members' personal goals in order to provide them with the most rewarding experiences within Let's Talk Science.
He wants all Canadian youth to realize the vast opportunities within their reach. By building relationships in rural and communities and with inner city groups he is accomplishing this vision. Ian has improved volunteer retention at their local site by adjusting their initial orientation to better motivate new volunteers ensure they have a positive experience with Let's Talk Science.
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