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Get Involved! - Engineering Activities

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NULL, United States | Project

The annual National American Indian Science & Engineering Fair, sponsored by AISES and other organizations, is a learning venture for American Indian students grades 5-12. It fosters a love of learning as well as communication,...

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada | Project

CAGIS members, aged 7-16, meet regularly to explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) with women and men who have chosen careers in science and technology fields. Chapter events, held on weekends or after school, last 1-2...

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada | Project

The program was started in 1986. In 1997, Dr. Monique Frize, the former NSERC/Nortel Joint Chair for Women in Science and Engineering in Ontario, began to co-ordinate the activities, the fund-raising and the promotion of the program. The purpose...


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