The health, safety and well-being of our community members is very important to us. We regret to inform you that owing to the current situation with COVID-19, STEAM Days at UTM have been postponed until further notice. For more information, please stay updated with the University’s COVID-19 page or contact us at

 What are STEAM Days?

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in the four disciplines— science, technology, engineering and mathematics— in an interdisciplinary and integrated approach. STEAM influences and shapes the world we live in. The rise in STEM/STEAM occupations is pushing the demand to introduce these disciplines at an early age, and one way to celebrate that impact is STEM/STEAM Day.

It is no surprise that STEAM concepts are a critical part of every child’s education. Teaching these concepts in engaging, creative ways to youth not only makes learning more fun, but it can also inspire students for more STEAM! We aim to bring a wholesome and holistic educational experience to kids and teens. Our STEM/STEAM days deliver personalized workshops and activities that focus on the learning needs of students.

Project Details

  • Please refer to STEAM Day dates below.
  • Participants will receive a notation on their Co-Curricular Record upon successful completion. 
  • This volunteer opportunity will expand your skills (pdf) in Project Management, Critical ThinkingKnowledge Creation and Innovation, Collaboration and Community and Civic Engagement. 

                                                    This experience is approved on the Co-Curricular Record!

Sign-up using the form below today!

For all questions and feedback regarding STEAM Days, please contact:

Martin Kengo
Community Engagement Coordinator, Access and Outreach

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