Red Hot Science at RDC
Spark your interest or your student’s interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with a fun-filled morning or afternoon spent at Red Deer College.
You and your students will learn a lot while having fun participating in a variety of hands-on activities.
We welcome youth from across central Alberta to participate in Red Hot Science.
Whether you’re in elementary school, junior high or high school, we work with your teachers and youth group leaders to customize activities so you have an enjoyable STEM experience. You can choose from the following types of activities:
- conduct experiments and activities in RDC’s biology, chemisty and physics labs
- learn about different types of engineering and technology projects
- create simple coding, build robots and learn other digital skills (through information and activities provided by CanCode)
Groups participate in activities led by RDC instructors and current students.
Typically, we have time for up to three activities in each Red Hot Science experience. We can organize these activities for you to attend RDC, or we can also discuss opportunities to bring these activities to other facilities where you meet (e.g. a youth centre, community hall, library or other locations).
View photos of youth having fun during their RDC Red Hot Science activities.
In the past, we’ve welcomed Indigenous youth, Scouts and Girl Guides, and a variety of school, homeschool, youth and community groups to join us for the Red Hot Science program.
Teachers, youth group leaders and parents: Contact us to begin exploring opportunities for your group’s Red Hot Science experience.
Volunteer Experiences for Current RDC Students
If you are a current student at Red Deer College and would like to help facilitate a Red Hot Science experience for central Alberta youth, please pamela [dot] neumann [at] rdc [dot] ab [dot] ca (email Pamela Neumann), RDC Science Outreach Coordinator.
This is a fun volunteer experience that helps you put your STEM education to practice, while having fun and adding valuable experiences to your resume.
Thank You to our Sponsors and Supporters
Actua provides training, resources and support to its national network of members located and universities and colleges across Canada in the delivery of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education outreach programming. Each year, these members engage over 350,000 youth in 500 communities nationwide.
Please visit Actua at www.actua.ca.
We invite teachers, youth leaders and/or parents to contact us to discuss creating a memorable, educational and fun Red Hot Science experience for youth of all ages at RDC.
Contact Pamela Neumann, Red Deer College Science Outreach Coordinator
pamela [dot] neumann [at] rdc [dot] ab [dot] ca (Email) | Call 403.357.3650