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Gain experience and contribute to science education in BC

High school students, check out the opportunities below to gain valuable work experience in informal science education and make a difference in our community.

To recognize and celebrate Barbara Brink’s vision and outstanding contribution toward the founding of Science World, an internship program was established. Intended to provide valuable real-world experience in the field of science education, the Barbara Brink Internship is awarded to high school seniors interested in the sciences, who demonstrate academic excellence and leadership abilities.

Are you considering a career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics? Do you want to learn more about different career options that are available to you? Then you're in luck! Over the next 10 years, tens of thousands of jobs will be created in British Columbia that involve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics! Explore these resources and learn how to get your dream job.

We offer all Lower Mainland secondary students in Grades 11 and 12 the opportunity to gain valuable volunteer work experience at our science centre. Teachers are invited to sign up students who they feel would benefit from a placement at Science World.

Opening the Door is a unique networking event for students in Grades 10–12 across BC who are interested in pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. This is a valuable opportunity for students to meet with professional scientists, engineers, technologists and technicians who work in a variety of fields.

The TAG Team is Science World's Teen Advisory Group. It organizes SWEET (Science World Extravagant Evening for Teens) events for teens at TELUS World of Science. These events take place every other month on a Friday and they are planned and run by the TAG Team. Each month, the group meets with Science World's Manager of Teen Programs to come up with cool event themes, fun programs and activities that teens are actually interested in. They even help to promote the events by creating print promotions and using social media.

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