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  • Careers Nova Scotia's leading source for labour market information. The site can assist individuals who are searching for work or looking to make career decisions. You can search for information on wages, education/training requirements, and job prospects for over 300 occupational groups by using Quick Career Search links.
  • WorkIt NS is a program where students between the ages of 16 and 19 can connect with employers in various skilled trades and become a student apprentice.
  • First Robotics Canada has links to the First Lego League (FLL) for students age 9-14, and for junior leagues for children between 6 and 9.
  • Robots East - This webpage is designed so students and teachers can learn how to become involved in Robots East and what it takes. Robots East is designed for High School students.
  • Math Circles is an event run about ten times per year for local High School students and teachers at Dalhousie University. A typical event includes a lecture and/or activity and pizza.The website gives dates and topics of upcoming events. Math Circles also visits schools for free.
  • The STFX chemistry page allows students to look into the program and to explore the chemistry field, with many additional links. STFX Chemistry department also offers summer camps for students in grade 5-8.  They also run workshops and will travel to many locations.
  • SuperNOVA at Dalhousie University. The SuperNOVA program is for students in grades 1-12 and can involve anything from attending a camp to going to a one-day workshop that SuperNOVA holds over the course of the school year.
  • Techsploration believes in empowering young women to explore careers in science, trades and technology. The webpage helps females gain access into programs across the Atlantic Provinces. It can also help students buddy up with role models who are in different fields.
  • The Women Unlimited program is run by the WEE (Women’s Economic Equality) Society of Nova Scotia. This organization seeks to promote economic growth for under privileged women. All the information about the 14 week program, which is run in four NSCC locations across Nova Scotia, can be found by clicking the link above. Students can also find information about the WEE society by clicking the link above.
  • The Mad Science Maritimes website helps students explore science through crazy and wacky experiments. Mad Science provides summer camps and afterschool programs.
  • NS YES!, Nova Scotia Youth Experience in Science, is a group of parents, teachers, students, and professional scientists working to create enjoyable and educational science experiences for Nova Scotia youth.

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