WHO ARE WE?
STEM Fellowship is a youth-run Canadian non-profit organization that uses mentorship and experiential learning to equip the next generation of change-makers with indispensable skills in data science and scholarly writing. We began our activity in February 2015 and soon expanded to high schools and universities across Canada. Currently, we have 20 university branches in over 8 provinces and we’re still growing!
We present a new philosophy for student-driven experiential learning in STEM and provide our fellows with tools that will help them in the current STEM research and education ecosystem. We are a virtual meeting place for advanced STEM learning. A place where students can collaborate to develop their ideas, and discuss them with world-class experts. An opportunity for peer-review and scholarly publications of high school and university research.
Co-Founder, Mohammad Asadi-Lari, shares the story of SF’s co-founding, in the broader context of how ‘Thing Global, but Act Local’ became the mantra of activity in the STEM Fellowship community
Co-founder, Dr. Noukhovitch, shares his philosophy on building research excellence in Canada through science education
Our programs include the STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ), that publishes research conducted by first-time high school and undergraduate authors, nation-wide Scholarly Writing Workshops, a Scholarly Writing Challenge for high schoolers, the Big Data Challenge, mentor programs, and many more opportunities.
Becoming a STEM Fellowship member can lead to amazing opportunities such as peer-mentor networks, executive positions, conferences, contests, workshops, and even internships.
If you want to be involved in STEM Fellowship, join one of the many programs we offer, or: