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For Engineering and Geoscience Week March 3 - March 9, 2019, APEGS has given the movie Dream Big: Engineering Our World with an educator guide to every school in Saskatchewan so that all students can learn more about engineering right in the classroom.

Kindergarden to Grade 12

The results and effects of Engineering and Geoscience are everywhere. Individuals start developing an appreciation of engineering, geoscience and technology at a very early age. Below are some web sites geared to different ages. There are even sites that are directed at teachers.

A closer look at engineers and geoscientists.

Resources Available From APEGS


APEGS has a large database of volunteers who are available to help with a variety of school and group activities, including:

  • Science fair judges;
  • Speakers/leaders for classroom activities; and
  • Mentors on careers in engineering & geoscience.

Posters/Lesson Plans

APEGS has produced a series of posters that are tied to the K-12 math and science curriculum. These posters include lesson plans and are available in English, French, Cree and Dene.

K-12 Posters

Financial Support

APEGS sponsors a variety of K-12 activities and events. To apply for sponsorship please refer to the sponsorship package.

K to 12 Funding Request Package

Related Documents

Turn the ideas of today into the realities of tomorrow

This booklet describes the various disciplines / careers available in engineering and geoscience. An excellent guide for students who are thinking engineering or geoscience may be the career for them but they are not quite sure what discipline to pursue.

Water Systems on Earth - Dam Effects

This resource is intended for teachers in Saskatchewan Grade 8 Science and it aligns to the curriculum expectations in the Saskatchewan Curriculum Grade 8 (2008). The resource has been developed to complement the new Grade 8 Earth and Space Science : Water Systems on Earth unit. In Dam Effects, students will use a hybrid of Problem Based Learning and Interrupted Case Study to solve the problem of whether or not a dam should be built in a specific location in Saskatchewan.

These documents are also available from the APEGS office.

Related Links

Earth Science Careers |

The Canadian Geoscience Education Network (CGEN) developed this website to educate, excite, and encourage youth to consider a career in the Earth sciences.

Roadmap to Engineering in Canada |

Canadian Engineering Memorial Fund

This site promotes engineering as a career choice to all young Canadians, especially woman.
It has good information about engineering as a career, provides scholarships, and help for both students and teachers.

Canadian Association for Girls in Science |

Fun and informative for girls interested in engineering and science.

The Saskatchewan Geoscape Web Site

This web site features the Saskatchewan Geoscape poster. It provides a great deal of information about the geology of Saskatchewan. Extremely useful for teachers.

National Engineering Month |

National Engineering Month occurs is celebrated in March each year. 
This site has links to many other useful sites.

Water Environment Federation |

Inspire young minds to learn about the many water quality and quantity challenges they will face in the future. Click on the menu item 'About Water and Sanitation' for useful information for teachers and students.

Generation-E, A New Brand of Engineer |

This site provides information on becoming an engineer in Canada. It is geared to high school students, teachers, guidance councellors, and university students.  This very informative site is being spearheaded by the Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada.  
Nice 'flash' presentation too!

Visit the ASEE EngineeringK12 Center

Geological Education Links |

Natural Resources Canada provides a number of links to sites providing answers to geological questions and educational information for students and teachers.

Opportunities to support K-12 computer science literacy through robotics

Would you like to help to build and program robots? Volunteer at the local FIRST Robotics Competition Kickoff Event in Moose Jaw on January 6, 2018. Please see below about becoming a FIRST Volunteer.

Would you like to help kids in Grades 4-8 get off to a good start with computing? The FIRST LEGO League ( does this. You can either volunteer to help a team during the lead-up to the tournament or volunteer to help at the provincial tournament at the University of Regina on February 3, 2018 (  This will be the 2nd annual official tournament in Saskatchewan and the first time that Saskatchewan is eligible to send a team to the World Festival in Houston, Texas, USA in April, 2018.

Becoming a FIRST Volunteer 

Please go to: If you don’t have an account, you can register for an account by clicking on “Register” in the top right corner of the screen at the previous link, or by visiting: Once you have your account, from your dashboard select “Volunteer Registration” and you will have 2 options to volunteer: “volunteer at an event” and “work with a team”. Anyone 13 or older can volunteer. Those 18 or older will need to go through FIRST’s Youth Protection Program, an online background check that is no charge to you.

For more information contact:

Daryl H. Hepting, Ph.D. Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
CW 308.22 University of Regina
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4S 0A2 

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan
Achieving a Safe & Prosperous Future Through Engineering & Geoscience