2022 Internship Testimonials
This program was a great success in 2022, as it was the fifth year of the program, with over 100 student applications and 20 students selected to conduct research in 11 different labs. Students explored areas of research including biomechanics, petroleum engineering, climate change, stem cells, software engineering, nanotechnology, exercise physiology, and more. In addition, students and teachers were invited to a reception to meet their peers and network with accomplished researchers. Click here for a link to testimonials from students who participated in our 2022 research program.
Click here for a link to testimonials from students who participated in our 2018 internships program.
Approximately 50% of available spots will be reserved for high school students that self-identify as coming from communities that are traditionally underrepresented in STEM fields. Students from the following backgrounds qualify under the underrepresented student category:
- Indigenous or of Indigenous ancestry
- Socioeconomically disadvantaged
- Rural students
- New immigrants