The Science Ambassador Program

About Us

The Science Ambassador Program pairs senior university science, engineering and health science students with rural and remote Aboriginal community schools, to support creative and culturally-relevant science teaching and learning. Our Science Ambassadors work alongside teachers to present hands-on science activities, facilitate class discussions and mentor students exploring possibilities for careers and continuing education.

A key feature of The Science Ambassador Program is the length of time that our Science Ambassadors spend in the community, 4-6 weeks over a school year. We strive to build meaningful connections between the Science Ambassadors' activities and community priorities, and to establish long-term relationships with the University of Saskatchewan.

Planning for 2017: We are currently seeking additional sponsors to partner 12 host schools with 24 Science Ambassadors in Spring of 2017!

Learn more: Our 2016 Annual Report

SAP 2016 Final Report

Annual Reports for 2012  2013  2014  2015 are available online.

Please contact us for printed copies, or to receive our Tri-Fold Brochure

Thank you to our 2016 Program Sponsors!

The Science Ambassador Program is offered by the University of Saskatchewan through the College of Arts & Science with support from the Office of the Vice Provost Teaching & Learning, The College of Medicine, The College of Nursing,The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition,The College of Engineering, The College of Agriculture and Bioresources, and The School of Environment and Sustainability, and our sponsors:

2016 Sponsors

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