Programs at The W
STEM Mentoring is an ongoing mentorship program for cis and trans girls, non-binary and two-spirit youth ages 9 to 13.
Rooted in the belief that youth cannot be what they cannot see, STEM Mentoring is about more than just building participants interest in skills in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), it’s about building strong relationships with other participants and mentors (who just so happen to be amazing women working in our community in the STEM field)!
The program is flexible and customizable, and participants themselves decide with their mentors what kind of activities, outings and experiments they’d like to do. With no fixed agenda or curriculum, participants and their mentors have been able to explore things like robotics, aerodynamics, dry ice and ecosystems. Together, they’ve gone on trips to the Butterfly Conservatory, Rare Charitable Research Reserve and the Humber College Arboretum.
Are you looking for a meaningful way to give back to Children and youth by becoming a STEM Mentor?
If so, you can find out more information by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Mentors must be fem-identified with a career or education in (or currently in school for), Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics.
STEM Mentoring is funded by the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
YWCA Cambridge Provides Supportive, Inclusive And Participant-Led Programs For Cis And Trans Women And Girls And Non-Binary And Two-Spirit Individuals.
In this unique program, participants have the opportunity to explore, design, create and share all things related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math! Absolutely no skill or knowledge level is necessary to participate.
GLOW is rooted in the philosophy of holistic wellness. GLOW focuses on the 5 Dimensions of Wellness: physical, social, emotional, spiritual and environmental. GLOW is driven by its participants interests and skills, so each program offering is unique.
Rooted in the philosophy of holistic safety, Safe Sisters encourages participants to make healthy choices in all areas of their lives, empowering them to take an active role in creating safe environments for themselves.
This program provides opportunity for discussion and action, by allowing participants to make sense of what they are experiencing externally and feeling internally. The goal of SHYFT is to foster critical thinking skills and provide outlets for participants to create their own social-justice based media-arts projects.
S.T.E.P.S is about creating a safe space for participants, developing skills for healthy relationships, reducing isolation and increasing inclusion, engaging participants in critical thinking and strengthening leadership skills.
Aimed at supporting women in our community, Small Steps to Success provides the opportunity to gain the skills and confidence needed to be successful in the workplace or in a school setting.
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Have a Question Or Need Assistance?
If you have a question about YWCA Cambridge, our programs or events, or simply want to get involved, please give us a call or send us an email.
Address: 55 Dickson Street, Cambridge, Ontario, N1R 7A5
Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays & holidays: closed
Tel: (519) 267-6444
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