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Welcome

About us

The Atlantic Science Links Association (ASLA) is a charitable science promotion organization which coordinates outreach programs for students in grades primary to twelve. ASLA's mission is to bridge the gap between the scientific community, schools and the public by: Facilitating visits and activities by volunteer scientists, engineers and technologists to schools and public venues • Providing supporting advice, information and materials to teachers and to volunteering visitors that will enable them to effectively promote science and technology awareness and interest • Providing an appropriate referral service for teachers and the public to interested scientists, engineers and technologists               “All our services are free of charge”

Scientists and Innovators in

the Schools (SITS)

Scientists and Innovators in the Schools (SITS) is a predominantly volunteer-driven educational program with a mandate to create sustainable relationships between our science and education communities in order to provide Nova Scotia's young people with experiences and opportunities to explore the sciences. We hope to inspire them as they are developing key attitudes toward science and technology and are beginning to think about careers in these fields.
Teachers have been making use of the resources provided by SITS since 1989. What began as a small group of scientists fielding requests for presentations from the public and schools has grown into an organization that reaches hundreds of schools and thousands of students every year. “ Bringing presenters into the school is a wonderful addition to the curriculum. We need to do this more often! “

Resources for Teachers, and Opportunities for

Volunteers!

Find out about our Speakers' Bureau, the Ask-A-Scientist program, the Climate Change Action Pack, and other services we offer that can make science in your classroom even more exciting. If you are interested in becoming involved in any of our programs, including the Speakers' Bureau, mentoring, or science fair judging,
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Welcome

About us

The Atlantic Science Links Association (ASLA) is a charitable science promotion organization which coordinates outreach programs for students in grades primary to twelve. ASLA's mission is to bridge the gap between the scientific community, schools and the public by: Facilitating visits and activities by volunteer scientists, engineers and technologists to schools and public venues • Providing supporting advice, information and materials to teachers and to volunteering visitors that will enable them to effectively promote science and technology awareness and interest • Providing an appropriate referral service for teachers and the public to interested scientists, engineers and technologists               “All our services are free of charge”

Scientists and Innovators in the

Schools (SITS)

Scientists and Innovators in the Schools (SITS) is a predominantly volunteer-driven educational program with a mandate to create sustainable relationships between our science and education communities in order to provide Nova Scotia's young people with experiences and opportunities to explore the sciences. We hope to inspire them as they are developing key attitudes toward science and technology and are beginning to think about careers in these fields.
Teachers have been making use of the resources provided by SITS since 1989. What began as a small group of scientists fielding requests for presentations from the public and schools has grown into an organization that reaches hundreds of schools and thousands of students every year. “ Bringing presenters into the school is a wonderful addition to the curriculum. We need to do this more often! “

Resources for Teachers, and

Opportunities for Volunteers!

Find out about our Speakers' Bureau, the Ask-A- Scientist program, the Climate Change Action Pack, and other services we offer that can make science in your classroom even more exciting. If you are interested in becoming involved in any of our programs, including the Speakers' Bureau, mentoring, or science fair judging,