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 www.actua.ca.

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Outreach

With financial assistance from our supporters and Actua, SuperNOVA works toward ensuring ALL youth can be inspired and empowered by STEM, regardless of their geographic location, socio-economic situation, ability, or gender.

We achieve this by offering specialized outreach initiatives, providing support services, and through the the development of unique partnerships with communities and youth-serving organizations throughout Atlantic Canada. 

By consulting with community stakeholders and sharing resources and expertise, our collaborative approach maximizes the impact, relevancy, and accessibility of each of our community-based outreach initiatives.

For more information on enrolling in, supporting, or hosting SuperNOVA outreach programs in your community, please contact us

Breaking Barriers for ALL Youth

 

We provide specialized programming and services to the following youth audiences:

  • Aboriginal Youth 
    SuperNOVA delivers programming in Aboriginal communities and provides programming for organizations that serve Aboriginal youth. These programs are developed in partnership with Aboriginal community members in order to support each community's unique educational, social, and cultural objectives.
  • Youth of African Heritage
    SuperNOVA supports the delivery of STEM programming in partnership with community-based organizations that serve youth of African heritage.
  • Girls and Young Women
    SuperNOVA provides programs for girls and girl-serving organizations that feature all-girls environments and engaging female mentors and role models. Read more about I.T.S. for Girls!
  • Low-Income/At-Risk Youth
    Through individual bursaries and partnerships with youth-serving community organizations, SuperNOVA attempts to reduce or eliminate financial barriers to our programs for low-income, at-risk, or otherwise marginalized youth. 
  • Youth with Accessibility and Inclusion Needs
    Where possible, SuperNOVA seeks to provide additional services and programs to help youth of all abilities participate in our programs. Read more about accessibility and inclusion services.
  • Rural and Remote Youth
    Partnerships with community organizations enables us to bring the SuperNOVA experience to rural and remote communities throughout Atlantic Canada.

 

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