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The Science Research Mentoring Program (SRMP) of the Harvard & Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) offers high school students the opportunity to contribute to ongoing research projects in astrophysics. Within this program, students learn how to realize high-quality scientific research by directly collaborating with world-renowned researchers.

Technoscience – Région Métropolitaine promotes a passion for science, technology, and innovation amongst Quebec’s youth (students aged 4 to 20 years old), specifically in the Montreal Metropolitan Area. Their programs and activities foster the development of the next generation of scientific researchers, all while supporting science teaching in schools.

Created in 1986, the Regroupement des cégeps de Montréal (RCM) represents and coordinates the activities of the twelve anglophone  and francophone CEGEPs of the city of Montreal.

MENTOR Canada brings together several agencies that offer mentoring programs for young people. Launched in June 2019 by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada, the Alberta Mentoring Partnership and the Ontario Mentoring Coalition, its mission is to enable all young people to reach their full potential.

The Fédération des cégeps represents the CEGEPs of Quebec by promoting their activities, defending their interests, supporting their development, encouraging their collaboration, and providing them with the services necessary to the realization of their educational mission.

The acceSciences group’s missions is to foster collaboration amongst education instututions at all levels and organizations working to promote youth science and technology education. Its ultimate goal is to make more young people aware of opportunities in science and technology.

The Centre de services scolaire de la Pointe-de-l’Île (CSSPI) is a francophone school board based in the north-east of the Island of Montreal.

Situated in the west end of Montreal, the Centre de services scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys (CSSMB) is the second-largest school board in Quebec. It manages more than 100 schools and educational centers.

Since 2002, École en réseau has been contributing to the academic success of thousands of young students and to the professional development of hundreds of teachers. This initiative from the minister of Education of Quebec offers free services to support teachers in making their coursework and classes available online.

LWith more than 30 years of experience in popular science, Les Scientifines‘ mission is to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to girls aged 8 to 17 from underpriviledged urban areas to enable the development of various competencies, thus countering school drop-out rates and poverty among women.

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Acfas is committed to supporting the next generation of scientists, master’s or doctoral students, postdocs and young researchers so that they can make a significant contribution to the challenges of the society of today and tomorrow. For nearly a century, this francophone association has promoted science, research, and knowledge in Canada and elsewhere.

Let’s Talk Science is committed to developing youth who are creative, critical thinkers and knowledgable citizens prepared to participate and thrive in a complex global environment. They offer a great selection of resources and activites for engaging children and youth in STEM-based learning both in the classroom and at home.

Created by UQAM in 2006, Coeur des sciences is a cultural center that seeks to contribute to the development of scientific culture, equally among adults and high-school students.

The Association for the Education of Science and Technology in Quebec (AESTQ) is a non-profit professional group bringing together all participants in science and technology education, from preschool to university, including adult education and school adaptation. Its mission is to contribute to improving the quality of science and technology education so that scientific culture may take an important place in Quebec.


InitiaSciences is looking for partners to finance the project, improve its visibility, and ensure its success in welcoming students and mentors. Do you want to support our project? Do you represent a high school or a CEGEP and wish to collaborate with us?

Become one of our partners!