Programs

McGill Bird Observatory

The McGill Bird Observatory welcomes volunteers to help monitor much-loved local bird species at the beautiful Stoneycroft Wildlife Area.

#LawNeedsFeminismBecause

#LawNeedsFeminismBecause is a student-driven initiative that gathers stories through digital mediato create a first-hand narrative of why law needs feminism.

Elimu Community Library Online Tutoring Program

Together with the Elimu Community Library in Kenya, McGill University students provide online tutoring to high school students in Kirinyaga.

Eagle Spirit Camp

Through Eagle Spirit camp, McGill students create a university experience for Indigenous youth to help them discover options for their academic advancement and future careers.

Kibale Project

The Kibale Project saves Ugandan children’s lives by treating and preventing disease, and breaks down barriers between local communities and conservation efforts.

My Day @ McGill

Through My Day @ McGill, elementary school students - many of them already part of the Homework Zone mentorship program - become McGill students for a day.

School of Music Montreal

A non-profit offering free musical training to disadvantaged children through individual workshops and group classes.

Physics Outreach

Engaging presentations and activities by Physics professors for students in primary schools, high schools, and CEGEPs - either on-site or at McGill.

BrainReach North

An online science education resource designed to bring fun, accessible neuroscience learning activities to teachers and students in remote communities.

On-site Bachelor of Education in Inuit Communities

McGill’s Faculty of Education provides students living in First Nations communities with the opportunity to obtain a B.Ed without relocating to Montreal.

Canadian Wildlife Program Resources for Schools

Exciting science courses with components like giant maps, indigenous plants, online learning tools, and adventurous field trips are delivered free of charge to Montreal-area schools.

Project Genesis

Project Genesis provides individual support and advocacy as well as community organizing services to improve the quality of life of Montreal's most vulnerable residents.

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