Canada 2067/Global Shapers "Future of STEM Education" - Dialogue Application Form

Do you have ideas on how to make STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education relevant and engaging for future generations? Now is your chance!

The World Economic Forum's Global Shapers (Ottawa Hub) and Let’s Talk Science will be collaborating to host the ' Canada 2067-Future of STEM Education Dialogues'. This event will bring together millennials to offer their unique perspectives on K-12 education in the context of improving STEM engagement over the next fifty years.

Please submit your application for participating. Selected applicants will receive an invitation to participate along with further information to ensure a significant contribution.

• Must be between ages 20-30 years old
• Keen interest in the future of STEM education
• Must commit to attending one dialogue session in Ottawa

Session 1-> September 19th at the Museum of Nature (Barrick Boardroom) - This event as passed.
Session 2 -> October 19th Session at Impact Hub (123 Slater St, 6th Floor)

For more information on:
Canada 2067:
Canada 2067 Learning Framework:

Let's Talk Science:

Global Shapers (Ottawa Hub):

Please contact if you have any questions

Thank you to the following supporters:
Name (First Last) *
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Age *
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Biography (200 words max) OR link to LinkedIn/Personal Website *
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Briefly, why are you interested in being a part of the Canada 2067, Shaping the Future of STEM Education dialogue? *
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How did you hear about this event? *
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Please confirm your attendance. *
By submitting this application, I agree that the above information is correct and that I will attend one dialogue session. *
You will receive an email confirming your attendance as well as further details prior to Thursday, October 19th.
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