Classroom Visits

We visit classrooms and homeschool groups, virtually and in-person, from middle school to high school with curriculum-aligned Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) activities. Our volunteers typically come in for a class period to do a hands-on/minds-on activity with your students. We also run larger, full-school events, bring students on to campus and are available to judge science fairs. Our volunteers come from a wide variety of educational backgrounds and can cover many different STEM-related topics.

Let's Talk Science Outreach at the University of Lethbridge proudly serves the schools within Lethbridge (School District No. 51) and surrounding area (Horizon School Division No. 67, Palliser Regional Division No. 26, Westwind School Division No. 74 and Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 4).

If you are unsure of whether your school falls under any of these divisions, or are outside of these divisions and would like to discuss a possible visit from our team, please don’t hesitate to ask.

We are also very interested in rural outreach in Southern Alberta. Please get in touch to discuss whether a volunteer is available to conduct an activity at your school near Lethbridge.


Volunteer Coordinator team

Claire Niehaus profile Lethbridge LTS

Claire recently graduated from the University of Lethbridge with her and MSc in Neuroscience. She has been volunteering with Let’s Talk Science for 7 years now and loves being able to share her love of science. In her free time, Claire loves being in the mountains, reading, and listening to music.



Mitchell is in the Chemistry and Biochemistry department at the University of Lethbridge. He is a student in M.Sc in biomolecular sciences studying viral non-coding RNA interactions with human cellular proteins. Mitchell also speaks fluent Dutch!


Luke Saville profile Lethbridge LTS

Luke is studying his Ph.D. in biomolecular sciences, studying how human non-coding RNAs and their RNA modifications control gene expression. He has volunteered with Let's Talk Science since 2017 and really enjoys sharing scientific knowledge. Luke has two dogs and enjoys playing video games and reading.


Chad Povey Lethbridge LTS profile

Chad Povey has been working with the University of Lethbridge's let's talk science program since 2010 first as a graduate student then as faculty support.



Laura is an instructor at the University of Lethbridge and recently rejoined the Lethbridge Let's Talk Science team. She is a passionate educator and is excited to bring excitement and energy to the team!


If you are a senior undergraduate or graduate student interested in volunteering with our team, please get in touch: ltslethbridge@gmail.com