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Join us in supporting the Canadian Association for Girls in Science

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Join us in supporting the Canadian Association for Girls in Science

Posted on March 2023

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We’re committed to helping build diverse and sustainable STEM futures for all, which is why we’re partnering with the Canadian Association for Girls in Science (CAGIS) to support their youth programs.

Are you passionate about building diverse STEM futures? Are you adept at mentorship with a flair for sharing your skills and knowledge with young people? You might be a candidate to support CAGIS!

Who are the Canadian Association for Girls in Science?

The Canadian Association for Girls In Science (CAGIS) is Canada’s largest and longest running STEM club for girls, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming youth ages 7-16.

This award-winning club, founded in 1992, supports interest in Science, Technology, Trades,

Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) with virtual programming and local clubs that visit labs, workshops, and field sites to meet mentors and do fun, hands-on activities. Find out more about CAGIS at

Become a volunteer with Morson Canada

We’re looking for clients, contractors, and colleagues to join us in supporting CAGIS with their volunteer-run events. CAGIS volunteers include STEM professionals, graduate, undergraduate, and high school students, professors, parents, teachers, and more. There are lots of ways to get involved

Volunteer with a local club in your area! Local club volunteers:

  • help brainstorm, organize, and plan monthly STEM events for youth

  • help supervise and run these monthly events

  • do STEM outreach and facilitate fun STEM activities at events

Be a STEM Expert! CAGIS STEM experts:

  • are from a variety of STEM fields

  • can host a virtual or in-person session for youth in their area of expertise, with the support and guidance of a CAGIS program coordinator

  • may be consulted about writing or advising on a particular topic, serving on a panel, or being featured as a STEM role model

Click here to register your interest!

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