Engineers and Geoscientists BC has several resources available for educators to help encourage students to explore math and science. We want to inspire the next generation of engineers and geoscientists to pursue a career in engineering and geoscience.
Engineers and geoscientists use their technical expertise to protect the public. From providing seismic upgrades to schools, to finding minerals deep beneath the earth’s surface which make your smart phone work, engineers and geoscientists are at work all around you improving the world that you live in.
We send volunteer engineers and geoscientists out to talk to students around the province. These presentations frequently include hands on activities that relate to the professions. Are you interested in organizing a presentation with your classroom, Girl Guide Group, Scout Group or library? Whether you have 10 or 100 students to engage, we can organize a presentation for your group. Engineers and Geoscientists BC can cater presentations to your needs.
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Questions about organizing a presentation with your group? Email [email protected] for more information.
Engaging students in science, math, and engineering at a young age makes a big impact on a student’s career choice later on. We have activities, useful websites and other resources available for educators.
Do you know a high school student who is interested in engineering and science? Help them learn more about the exciting career opportunities available in the fields of engineering and geoscience. We have scholarships, useful websites and other resources available for educators.
Science Literacy Week is a week long celebration of science from September 17 - September 23, 2018. Libraries in BC have a chance to win a science themed book set from Engineers and Geoscientists BC during this celebration.