Give so they can LEARN

Give so they can LEARN

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Donation Total: $20

Noemi and Cory are 8-year-old girls from a remote indigenous community in Mindanao, Philippines. Their school has a board, a chalk a few books and whatever the teacher can find in the community. For 20$ you can enhance the learning experience of 20 kids like Noemi and Cory with a kit to teach them about clean water. Pueblo Science’s goal is to inspire children to turn their childhood curiosity into a passion for lifelong learning and discovery that could break them out of the cycle of poverty.

Contributions from generous donors allowed a team of Pueblo Science and Ateneo de Davao volunteers to spend a day with Noemi, Cory and their school mates to play and learn science. Your donations will help us go back to Noemi and Cory’s village in 2017 and provide them with the much needed resources and learning experience!

Our goal (1000$) will allow us to reach two indigenous community villages. Thank you for your generosity. Happy Holidays!

Volunteer Information Session

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Do you want to get involved in helping local communities and harness real world skills in communication and teaching? Do you want to travel to developing countries and help remote communities? Join us and learn more about volunteer opportunities at Pueblo Science.

Activity Facilitator – Science on Ice Waterloo Recreation complex

Number of Volunteers Needed: 20

Event name: Science on Ice

Event Description:

The event brings science-based entertainment and activities to varsity hockey games at several Ontario universities. We have booths around the rink with hands-on activities and our volunteers provide science shows on the ice at the intermissions. These events are attended by thousands of students from local schools.

When: November 30, 2016

Time: 10-1 pm or 10-11:30 or 11:30-1 pm

Where: 101 Father David Bauer Drive, Waterloo, ON N2L 0B4
How to apply:

Please fill out the online form below by November 23, 2016

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Activity Facilitator- Science on Ice UofT Varsity

Number of Volunteers Needed: 20

Event name: Science on Ice

Event Description:

The event brings science-based entertainment and activities to varsity hockey games at several Ontario universities. We have booths around the rink with hands-on activities and our volunteers provide science shows on the ice at the intermissions. These events are attended by thousands of students from local schools.

When: November 23, 2016

Time: 10-1 pm or 10-11:30 or 11:30-1 pm

Where: University of Toronto Varsity, 299 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W2.
How to apply:

Please fill out the online form below by November 17, 2016

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Activity Facilitator – Science on Ice Mattamy

Number of Volunteers Needed: 20

Event name: Science on Ice

Event Description:

The event brings science-based entertainment and activities to varsity hockey games at several Ontario universities. We have booths around the rink with hands-on activities and our volunteers provide science shows on the ice at the intermissions. These events are attended by thousands of students from local schools.

When: October 20, 2016

Time: 10-4 pm

Where: Mattamy Athletic Center, 50 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5B 1J2

How to apply:

Please fill out the online form below by October 15, 2016

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Fundraiser 2016 was a hit!

Fundraiser 2016 was a hit!

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On September 22 we celebrated our 2nd annual fundraiser. Once again we indulged ourselves with amazing concoctions created by the imaginative Barchef Toronto and marveled at the creativity of Chef Riley Bennett, a professor at George Brown school of hospitality and culinary art. We are extremely thankful for all the hard work our volunteers has put into making the event such a great success. We are also grateful to our generous sponsors, Systems for Research and VWR, as well as all those who have donated auction items to benefit our cause. And finally, we are fortunate to have you all as our supporters throughout the years, helping us reaching over 2,000 teachers and over 200,000 children across the world!

Why am I a teacher?

Why am I a teacher?

by: Perla Balmes

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Teaching is a very challenging yet fulfilling profession. It brings out the best in you in facing the day to day situation so that you may be able to cope up with a lot of things be it on students’ behavior, lack of instructional materials, additional report, ancillary work or financial matters. I chose to teach because my life had been touched by some of my teachers in elementary, high school and college. I want to do the same with any of my students and make a difference. And I want to thank #puebloscience for giving me the chance to participate in one of their summer camps wayback 2014 at UPOU. This was a very enjoyable one and I can say I have learned a lot from it and I actually used some of the activities from the camp in my classes. Thank you and hope to be a participant again in the future.