Programs: Education and lifelong learning

BrainReach North

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

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.

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.

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.

Farm to School

City kids visit a real farm to learn about the environment and how food is produced

Hands-on Science: from the Museum to the classroom

Interactive workshops with dinosaur bones, minerals, fossils and more from the Redpath Museum’s unique collection

Videoconference Tour of the Redpath Museum

The Redpath Museum invites your school to take a virtual field trip via videoconference — no bus, no fuss

AstroMcGill Outreach Group

Astronomers bring the wonders of the cosmos—from the origins of the universe to the search for extraterrestrial life—to schools and other groups

The Chemistry Outreach Group

An education program offering interactive chemistry experiments for students from kindergarten through CEGEP

Let’s Talk Science Outreach

A program that connects educators, youth and volunteers through meaningful STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) projects