ArcticNet and Let’s Talk Science sign MoU
ArcticNet is pleased to announce this partnership of many to further Arctic science: We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Let’s Talk Science. This MoU between ArcticNet and Let’s Talk Science will build student awareness of, and engagement in, research and STEM careers through the collaboration on the development and delivery of the Visionary High School Symposiums throughout the school year.
The MoU was signed on July 20th, 2022.
“With our common goal to enhance science literacy and inform evidence-based policy, ArcticNet is strengthening its ties with Let’s Talk Science. With our joint expertise in knowledge mobilization and our access to an impressive pool of experts, we will make a positive change by informing diverse Canadian audiences on society’s most pressing issues.” – Dr. Christine Barnard, ArcticNet Executive Director
“Together with ArcticNet, we are eliminating barriers. We are providing more opportunities for children and youth to engage in programming that unlocks their creative genius, builds a sense of belonging in STEM, and inspires them to think about their futures.” – Dr. Bonnie Schmidt, President and Founder, Let’s Talk Science.
About Let’s Talk Science
Let’s Talk Science – a leading partner in Canadian education – is a national charitable organization committed to inspiring and empowering Canadian youth to develop their skills to participate and thrive in an ever-changing world. To accomplish this, Let’s Talk Science offers a comprehensive suite of STEM-based programs to support youth, educators, families and volunteers across Canada. For more information about Let’s Talk Science, visit letstalkscience.ca.