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) in sessions led by diverse experts and professionals.

Applications are now closed and will re-open in 2022. Attend an info session or sign up below to be notified when applications open.

"FSL helped jumpstart my passion for engineering, which led me to start my engineering club at school, develop a machine learning algorithm that helps detect skin cancer, and ultimately achieve a $100,000 scholarship."

How Future Science Leaders Works

COVID-19 Protocols

Science World is following provincial health and safety protocols to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and are prepared to move our sessions online if necessary. At this time, The Discover program of Future Science Leaders will continue to be held in person.

Our current health and safety protocols include weekly health checks, access to frequent hand washing and hand sanitizers, mandatory mask-wearing, physical distancing, and sterilizing shared equipment and surfaces.

Subject to move online

If public health orders require our sessions to move online, this will NOT impact students’ opportunities to interact with diverse STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art & design, and mathematics) fields, learn scientific skills through a hands-on approach, build a life-long network of like-minded peers, and unleash their creative potential as they engage with the nature and process of science.


Please note that no refunds will be given for the cost of the program if the sessions are moved online.

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Thank you to our donors

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

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Anonymous, in Honour of Connor Twa
Health and Technology District, Surrey
John Murphy and Leslie Lee

Paul and Nicole Geyer
Walter and Nancy Segsworth

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

Contact Us

604.443.7494 | fslinfo@scienceworld.ca