APEGA STEMester Program

APEGA STEMester is an exciting new school program that heightens the learning experience of Grade 10 students in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

This semester-long program will connect students with professional engineers and geoscientists working in their industries. Students will explore a variety of fascinating careers by visiting industry workplaces, maker spaces, and postsecondary institutions. Students will finish the semester by designing a project that helps the greater community.

This unique opportunity takes students beyond traditional classroom learning and better prepares them for their future careers by completing hands-on projects, real-world problem solving, and industry-inspired workshops.

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We are Looking for Partner Businesses

We are looking for members and permit holders interested in sharing their expertise by hosting a class of 25–30 students in grade 10. You can host for as little as a single day, or as long as an entire week.

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Interested in Registering for STEMester?

The Parkland School Division and the Calgary Board of Education's Career and Technology Centre (CTC) are collecting information for students interested in taking part in the STEMester program beginning in September 2021. Fill out the form below to express your interest, and a representative for the school board will contact you with more information.

Parkland STEMester Interest Form (currently unavailable)

Calgary Board of Education CTC STEMester Interest Form

We are working to coordinate with other school boards and divisions around Alberta to expand the availability of STEMester, so please check back again for updates.




We are Looking for More Partner Schools

If you represent a school or school district that would be interested in partnering with APEGA to offer the STEMester program to your high school students, please email [email protected] for information.

Email [email protected] for school partnership information