Actua Network Member

Actua provides training, resources and support to its national network of members located at universities and colleges across Canada in the delivery of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education outreach programming. Each year, these members engage over 225,000 youth in 500 communities nationwide. Please visit Actua at

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We are a not-for-profit initiative of Dalhousie University that provides youth in Atlantic Canada with fun, educational, and inspiring experiences in science, engineering, technology and mathematics (STEM). 

Through exciting classroom workshops, high-impact clubs and events, and our amazing summer camp programs, youth explore the importance of STEM in their lives, interact with inspiring mentors, and develop critical skills and attitudes for lifelong learning. Click here to learn more about our organization.


News and Upcoming Events 


Now Hiring for Summer 2019 Positions

Now Hiring for Summer 2019 Positions

SuperNOVA has opened applications for our Team Leader, Workshop & Camp Instructor, and Office Assistant positions for summer 2019! Click here For a full list of job descriptions and how to apply. 


2019 Camp Schedule Available!

2019 Camp Schedule Available!

Our camp schedule is now available for planning purposes! This year, we are offering camps for youth from ages 5-18 on Dalhousie campuses in both Halifax and Truro! 

Click here to view camp descriptions, or here to view the schedule.

Please note: Camp registration will open on February 1st. Register online or by calling 902-210-6220.


NEW! ITS For Girls Who Code!

 NEW!! ITS For Girls Who Code!

Interested in learning some coding basics? SuperNOVA is hosting a coding workshop for girls on Wednesday evenings, from 5:30-7 in January 2019. Girls will learn basic coding skills through a fun and engaging program from our qualified instructors. No experience necessary! This brand new program in partnership with Actua and CanCode is completely free of charge to participants.  Registration is open to all those who identify as girls in grades 4-9.
Program will take place at 6050 University Avenue, the Goldberg Computer Science building.
Drop off is between 5:15-5:30, pick up between 7:00-7:15 in front of the building.
For more information please email
** Please note participants should register for one workshop only!