Are you 13-18 years old? Do you go to school? Bet you have something to say about it...
Groundswell is working on how to reimagine the future of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education in Canada. We’d like to invite TEENS -- the experts on what it’s like to be a student in 2016-- to help us figure out what that looks like.
Sign up for a 1 hour video or phone chat. you’ll be paid $25 after the call!
We want to chat with youth across the country to learn how to get as many students involved in this conversation as possible. There’s nothing to prepare, nothing to read, you just dial in at a set time and let us know your thoughts. This will NOT be like school, and you don’t need to be an ‘expert’ in STEM (or even like it!) to participate. We promise.
Three reasons why to attend:
- You’ll be part of an interesting conversation
- Your voice will be heard
- You’ll be awarded $25 for a one-hour call
The call will take place during the week of July 18, or July 25
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Subject: Climate Mythbusters Event - Youth Conversations 2016
Please forward this information onto youth (ages 18-29) who may be interested.
The Climate Change Secretariat is hosting the Youth Conversations about Climate Change on August 1st, 2016 at the Whitehorse Public Library from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. We are looking for youth (ages 18-29) who are interested in learning how to effectively communicate climate change (see attached poster for more details).
As space is limited for this year’s event, please contact Stephanie Pike (contact info at the bottom) to RSVP!