High School Specific

Engineers and Geoscientists BC has several resources available for educators to help encourage high school students to explore careers in math and science. We want to show students how exciting, inspiring, and beneficial these careers are to global and local communities.

Please see below for more information on what resources are available for educators.


Various scholarships are offered by the APEG Foundation, Branches, and Divisions that recognize outstanding student achievements and contributions to the advancement of the professions.

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Activity Ideas

Check out the websites below to explore potential engineering and geoscience activity ideas with your students:

Do you know of another website with science-based lesson plans or activities for kids? Share it with [email protected]

Please note: websites whose primary function is based around sales and not education will not be posted.


More Information

Is one of your students showing interest in math and science? In many cases, all it takes is one adult or mentor to help someone discover their dream job. To help create an understanding of what engineering and geoscience is, and to learn how to effectively teach youth about these professions, read through the helpful pages below.


For more information about what resources are available for teachers please contact [email protected] for assistance with:

  • General information
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  • Teaching aids and prizes
  • School visits from an engineer or geoscientist
Academic exam information and past exams.
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