As a volunteer, you can share your knowledge to inspire and engage students, helping them discover the relevance of science in their own lives. We invite you to explore the ways that you can be a role model in your own community, as part of the Let’s Talk Science Team.

Make a Difference

A female volunteer explains a floating vs. sinking activity to elementary students at an outdoor event in a school yard while the students test the activity in buckets of water.

Ways to Volunteer

Are you a post-secondary student, STEM industry professional or Let’s Talk Science alumni interested in providing enriching STEM learning experiences to Canadian youth? There are many ways you can volunteer with us, whether in person or online.

High school student looking into a telescope with a volunteer on a sunny day outside.

Benefits of Volunteering

Let’s Talk Science volunteers are role models for young Canadians. Develop leadership, communication and teaching skills while making a difference as part of a national community.

Volunteer looking at Tomatosphere inquiry activity at the Let's Talk Science national office.

Featured Volunteers

Our engagement of Canadian youth in STEM learning is largely supported by more than 3,500 volunteers across the country.


Contact Us

For more information about volunteering with Let’s Talk Science, contact: