Future Science Leaders

Future Science Leaders (FSL) is an after-school science enrichment program for teens designed to unleash creative potential and build a life-long network of like-minded peers while engaging curious minds with the nature of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art & design, and math).

Applications are now closed for the 2020/2021 FSL program.

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How Future Science Leaders Works

Discover: the first-year program of Future Science Leaders

Future Science Leaders can be a multi-year program. All prospective students apply to the first-year program called Discover.

Each week of Discover, students participate in innovative learning and skill-building activities in a wide variety of STEAM topics lead by diverse experts and professionals. Students go on field trips to STEAM businesses, learn about career paths into STEAM, and create a life-long network of peers.

In Discover, you will learn the following advanced skills useful for university STEAM classes:

  • Keeping records in a lab notebook
  • Researching reliable information
  • Presenting data in a meaningful manner
  • Writing proposals and designing experiments
  • Visually and verbally communicating experiments through scientific posters
  • Reading a scientific journal article efficiently
  • Communicating scientific ideas to the public through blogging. Please check out our students’ work.

After Discover, students can apply to Innovate, the second-year program.

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Thank you to our donors

Future Science Leaders would not be possible without the generous support of:

Andrew and Nuala Harries
Health and Technology District, Surrey
James and Janet Dean
Jenny Drake and Mike Cormack

John Murphy and Leslie Lee
Pankaj and Rita Agarwal
Paul and Nicole Geyer
Walter and Nancy Segsworth
Wertz Family Foundation

We also acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia.

Contact Us

604-443-7494 | fslinfo@scienceworld.ca