STEM Discovery Week 2018 is a joint international initiative that invites projects,
organisations and schools across Europe and around the world, to
celebrate careers and studies in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
(STEM). The tagline for this year’s campaign “say yes to STEM” describes the
partners’ open-minded and dedicated support to STEM subjects at school, as well as wide-ranging
collaboration among stakeholders in the area.
Interested to become a partner?
By committing to the STEM Discovery Week 2018, the partners agree to:
- Organise and share information about activities in STEM education as part of the STEM Discovery
- Encourage third parties to support and join the initiative by organising STEM activities of their own
and share information about them as part of the STEM Discovery Week campaign.
- Publish on their web page information in support of the STEM Discovery Week campaign,
hence facilitating an active exchange of information among projects, organisations and schools.
For more information on the registration steps that potential partners need to follow, please consult
this document here.
Are you organising a STEM event around April 2018?
Include it on the map! Participants organising STEM activities in the course of April 2018, may also
enter the STEM Discovery Week competitions. Visit the competitions' section for more information here.
Youth for Science Foundation has been created with a mission to target Tunisian girls and boys at the mid and high school levels to awaken their consciousness and captivate their attention to the beauty of the world of Science, and cause the trigger for those curious and passionate among them to move forward on conducting research projects responding to their passion and hopefully solving burning needs of their communities. By doing so, the foundation wish to create a useful trend in science activities occupying aware and passionate kids, and through them to pave the way for the creation of a new generation of creative scientists and innovative entrepreneurs able to meet the challenges of their nation in term of sustainable development while raising the scientific literacy rate of Tunisia to the standards of developed countries.
Here is the final list of participants at the 2017 scientific fair 20/21 January 2017 in SUPCOM at the El Ghazala Technological Pole, Raoued Road. Thank you for your participation and good luck
20 participants arrived on Sunday in Nabeul, in the “Centre regional de l’éducation et de la formation continue”(CREFOC), where they will stay during the whole of program (5 days)
In 23-25 March 2015, Institut Pasteur Tunis and Youth for Science Foundation organized for a group of 18 mid School pupils a 3 days awarness program about the Life Science Activities in Pasteur Research Labs. Pupils had the chance to feel the importance and vitality of the Life Science sector and got familiar with high […]