CAGIS Virtual – Canadian Association for Girls In Science (CAGIS)

CAGIS Virtual

Teenage high school girls doing chemistry experiment at home.

CAGIS Virtual brings STEM into your home with fun, weekly, hands-on, live sessions led by real experts and a CAGIS instructor!

Each session includes an introduction to the topic, a hands-on or virtual activity, and time for questions at the end.

Sessions occur on Saturdays at the following times:
Ages 7-12: 8 am Pacific • 9 am Mountain • 10 am Central • 11 am Eastern • 12 pm Atlantic
Ages 11-16: 10 am Pacific • 11 am Mountain • 12 pm Central • 1 pm Eastern • 2 pm Atlantic

To become a member, Join Now.
CAGIS Virtual sessions are open to non-members for $16 per session.  Registration will be open to members before the general public.

Did you know you can purchase tickets to CAGIS Virtual sessions as a gift? Available here.  

Schedule

Upcoming events will be posted at least one month in advance.  Members will have access to event sign up links before the general public.  We expect to always have enough space for all sign ups.  However, in the event of a very popular event, spaces will go on a first-come-first-served basis with others added to a waiting list.  Registration deadline is 30 minutes prior to start of the event. The schedule is subject to change, pending changes in host availability.

Upcoming Sessions

*NEW* CAGIS Virtual members must log in before registering for events.  Click here for more information.  

CAGIS Virtual programming runs from September to May each year.  The program is on pause during the summer.  Sessions will start again on September 24, 2022.  Registration for fall events will open in August.  Look forward to the following upcoming events:

  • Build a Birdhouse
  • Weather and Meteorology
  • 3D Printing
  • Construct a Plane

View past 2020-2021 sessions here and past 2021-2022 sessions here.

If you would like to join CAGIS but cannot because of financial hardship, please email us to inquire about waived membership fees.

This program is supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council.