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Manulife Kids Science & Technology

Our Partners

Toronto District School Board (TDSB)
The Toronto District School Board is the largest school board in Canada and among the largest in North America. TDSB serves almost 1.4 million individuals residing in the City of Toronto. 

As part of the Manulife Kids Science program, the TDSB helps identify schools and candidates who will participate in the program. TDSB also identifies key liaisons for Manulife Kids Science to work with, helps with the review of the Manulife Kids Science program, assist in provisions of transportation and aid Manulife Kids Science with the consent forms. 

District School Board Ontario North East (DSBONE)
The District School Board Ontario North East is a public school board serving Northeastern Ontario from Hearst to Temagami. 

DSBONE identifies secondary schools and candidates to participate in the Manulife Kids Science program. The board also identifies key liaisons for Manulife Kids Science, and assists in logistics for its students’ participation such as providing transportation. Finally, DSBONE participates in the review process for Kids Science program.

Ontario Science Centre
An iconic cultural attraction, the Ontario Science Centre is home to interactive experiences with science and technology.

The Ontario Science Centre provides Manulife Kids Science complementary entrance fees to participants. 

SickKids Research Training Centre
The Research Training Centre (RTC) was established in 1996 in response to a need for a more coordinated and integrated approach to research training at SickKids. The RTC aims to understand the various challenges of those training at SickKids and works with existing trainees to support and improve their research training experiences.

The RTC helps promote Manulife Kids Science to SickKids’ trainees. The RTC also helps identify graduate students and research fellows who are available to participate in the program as lecturers and mentors. 

Visions of Science Network for Learning (VoSNL)
VoSNL is a not-for-profit organization that advances the educational achievements and career aspirations of African Canadian and other under-represented youth in the fields of science, mathematics and technology.

Students from the VoSNL science clubs participate in Manulife Kids Science through our Science Workshops. 

Upper Canada College (UCC) launched Horizons, a unique partnership of an independent school and several publicly funded schools, that provide tutoring and mentoring for students in Toronto inner-city schools.

Manulife Kids Science provides Horizons lab visits and science workshops during their Summer School program.