We offer programming designed to inspire children and youth across the Yukon in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Trades (STEM) through creative hands-on activities. Our programming provides fun, engaging, culturally enriched activities that encourages children and youth to explore their sense of wonder. Children are introduced to hands-on, exciting activities that promotes discovery, rewards curiosity, and leaves children amazed at what they can do.
Summer camps will be running this summer! Registration will open in late March 2021. Follow us on Facebook @yukonuyouth for the most up-to-date registration information.
The following programs are available for in-classroom STEM Training. For more information regarding these please contract the Program Coordinators.
Coding in the Classroom
Do you know a teacher who wants to integrate digital skills, coding, and design into their classes? Let them know we’d love to bring our tech party to their school! Our mobile workshops include hands-on, engaging activities for students, using robots and computers to help communicate curriculum concepts.
Coding & Robotics Club (11-13 year olds)
Robots, coding challenges, science experiments - we've got it all! Whether your youth is coding-curious or robot-crazy, we want to engage them in this hands-on program to build new skills and confidence in technology. Program will run January through April. Advanced registration is required.
Sustainable STEM Club (7-8 year olds) / (9-10 year olds)
Science experiments, coding robots, and team design challenges all with a focus on sustainability for the future! Whether your child is just getting curious or is already obsessive about STEM, these activities will get them engaged with a meaningful and innovative approach. Program will run January through April. Advanced registration is required.
Girls Tech Club (7-10 year olds)
Girls face distinct barriers when developing STEM skills and seeing themselves as future experts in STEM fields. Our girls’ clubs are designed to build confidence, introduce participants to experienced female mentors working in STEM, and show them how fun and innovative technology can be. Program will run January through April. Advanced registration is required.
2021 Actua National Funders
2021 Actua Western Canada Major Funder