As the school year officially comes to an end, Rogers has announced that its national Ted Rogers Community Grant partners have transitioned all youth programming online this summer, offering Canadian families free, self-directed educational experiences to fill the gap with many summer camps being cancelled due to COVID-19.
These programs focus on developing critical skills across technology, innovation, financial literacy and education with engaging and empowering programs designed to prepare Canada’s next generation.
Junior Achievement Canada’s chapters across the country are offering free digital programs this summer to teach youth from Grade 3-12 about work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
Canada Learning Code is providing free live online experiences throughout the summer, teaching digital literacy to youth ages 6-17 through gaming, art and web design, all while inspiring this important life skill for the next generation.
Actua is offering Actua at Home, a digital library of free programs that encourage exploration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for youth of all ages. Throughout the summer, families can learn about the space, coding, and artificial intelligence, to name a few.