Girls’ Jr. DEEP Saturdays
Girls’ Jr. DEEP Saturdays is U of T’s fall/winter program for girls in grades 3 to 8. Participants explore science, engineering and technology in an all-female environment.
DEEP Summer Academy
Provides gifted and highly motivated high school students from across the world with the opportunity for advanced study in a variety of engineering, technology.
Summer day camp developed to challenge students in grades 3 to 8 with hands-on activities that explore science and engineering topics.
Jr. DEEP Saturdays
Jr. DEEP Saturdays is U of T’s fall/winter program for students in grades 3 to 8. Participants explore science, math and technology in creative ways.
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Summer 2015 Programs
Jr. DEEP is a summer program for students in grades 3 to 8 who want to explore science, technology, engineering and math in innovative and creative ways. Each week-long session consists of discovery-based activities centred around a theme.
Girls’ Jr. DEEP is a hands-on science and engineering program for girls in grades 3 to 8. This one-week program encourages female students to explore fun and exciting science, engineering and technology topics in a confidence-building environment.
ENGage is a science and engineering program designed for black students in grades 3 to 8. The program is a collaboration between U of T’s Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers and the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.
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