STEM Fellowship teaches students valuable STEM skills in fields including health science, computer science, and engineering. In particular, we provide specialized support for students typically underrepresented in STEM, including students identifying as Indigenous, economically disadvantaged, rural residents, refugees, and new immigrants, but we are open to anyone. The STEMpowerment Mentorship Program connects Canadian university students with high school students to help students explore their life, career, and/or academic goals over an extended period of time.
It is conducted through virtual calls and is entirely free of charge.
Our new STEMNet mentorship program aims to pair undergraduate students studying STEM with mentors working or studying in STEM fields, including graduate/professional school students, researchers, professors, nurses, doctors, etc. Mentees would be paired with compatible mentors for a one-time meeting where the mentee can ask questions about careers, schooling, application processes, etc. Each mentor-mentee pairing will only meet once (approx. 30-60 minutes) and the program meeting(s) will occur between March-May, at the discretion of the mentor and mentee.
An application form for undergraduate students interested in joining can be found here.
We are now looking to hire 12 graduate students on a part-time basis to provide ~15 hrs/week of virtual teaching and mentorship to our Lab participants on the topic of Machine Learning. We feel that graduate students from Queen’s Women in Science and Engineering at Queen’s would be strong candidates for the role.
Timeline: Interviews will be held on a rolling basis, with preference for early applicants.
Ideal Candidate Background:
Experience and passion for teaching and mentorship
Current PhD or M.Sc. student using Machine Learning concepts such as Neural Networks, Concurrent Neural Networks, Recurrent Neural Networks, and/or Reinforcement Learning
Responsibilities include: Meeting daily with a small group of participants for studying, tutoring, project tracking, and working through machine learning exercises related to the material covered in lectures.
Program Dates: May 3rd – June 22nd, 2021
The AI4Good Lab has two locations, both held virtually for 7 weeks total.
Montreal program, our flagship that has run annually since 2017
Edmonton program, hosted by Amii, the first national expansion program of the AI4Good Lab
The program includes:
4-week machine learning bootcamp
Special topic speaker series from top ML researchers, industry professionals, and social good leaders
3-week project development for social good AI applications
Demo Day competition showcasing projects
To learn more about this opportunity, click here. Application forms can be found here!
We’re launching the recruitment for our fall internship program, and will be hosting a virtual information session on May 31th at noon to present our program to potential candidates.
Flinks is the leading Canadian data connectivity company. Fintechs like WealthSimple and KOHO use us, as well as many of the bigger financial institutions in the country. We are actively looking for software developer interns. This opportunity is perfect for engineers.
To get more information about our program and what we can offer click here. To find links to our information session, click here.