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Canada’s First NSERC Funded Girl’s STEM Mentorship Program | It’s a Girls’ SySTEM

As the country’s first STEM-focused late elementary and high-school mentorship program, the Girls' sySTEM Mentorship Program aims to inspire female STEMists and increase women’s representation in STEM-related fields.

STEM LEADERS OF TOMORROW ARE ALREADY HERE Innovative Solution for FIRST Champions - The Comet Warriors

STEM leaders of tomorrow are already here! Kingston’s own FIRST Lego League team, The Comet Warriors, took home the award for ‘Innovative Solution’ at the FIRST World Championship this past month in Detroit.  The 106 teams competing in Detroit were chosen from over 32,000 teams across 88 countries.

Electric Circuits, A Unique Kingston Experience

Electric Circuits Electronic Music and Digital Arts Festival is currently gearing up for their second year of festivities in the City of Kingston. Featuring cutting-edge, and under-represented all Canadian based artists, this local event is not your average music fest.

'Making' a real difference

A new club in Kingston is innovating tech solutions for medical problems.

Medical Makers is a global organization based in Toronto that works to create open-source 3D printing prototypes that benefit patients and health-care providers, especially in a humanitarian setting.

Kingston job symposium targets college, university grads

A local employment agency is hosting a career symposium this week for a group that is not catered to as much. Kingston Employment and Youth Services (KEYS) Job Centre is hosting the Next Gen at Work Symposium for college and university graduates.