Young students working on engineering projects.

Engineering Outreach

The Faculty of Engineering Outreach programs offers a variety of exciting, fun, and experiential learning opportunities for children and teens throughout the year.
Two young students in front of MakerMobile workshop car.


The uOttawa Maker Mobile delivers fun, hands-on STEM learning activities to schools, libraries, and community centres across Ontario and Quebec.

Featured activities

Grade 8 to 12
Teenagers showing their circuit board.
Grade 8 to 12
Jan 9 to May 25

Technological Design Course

Students gain a better understanding of the engineering design process through projects done with microcomputers and virtual reality.
Grade 2 to 6
Youth group in computer lab.
Grade 2 to 6
Jan 20 to Feb 17

Saturday Clubs for kids

Targeting kids in grades 2 to 6, our Saturday in-person clubs provide a positive atmosphere to promote science and engineering.
Grade 8 to 12
Teenagers showing their circuit board.
Grade 8 to 12
Jan 8 to May 27

Digital Technology Course

In this girls-only course, students write simple computer programs and learn how to create and code their own mobile application.
Grade 7 to 11
Two students at a computer.
Grade 7 to 11
Jan 20 to Feb 17

Engineering Bootcamp for teens

Through activities, projects and labs, students will gain knowledge on five different types of engineering.

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Contact us

Outreach Office

Faculty of Engineering, University of Ottawa
CBY B111
161 Louis-Pasteur
Ottawa, ON, Canada
K1N 6N5

Monday to Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Phone: 613-562-5491

Email[email protected]