Registration for Spring Workshops 2019 is OPEN!
Registration for all grades is currently open. Our 2019 Winter workshops began in January, and our Spring workshops will begin in May. Register for our mailing list to be notified when registration is open. Contact us at email@example.com if you have any general or registration questions.
High School Workshops
|Elementary School Workshops
Our instructors bring 1 to 1.5 hour workshops straight to the classrooms with interactive demonstrations, activities, and take-home projects for students to create. Teachers can sit back, relax, and watch their students become engaged in the fun of science and engineering. Our highly-trained instructors will adapt each workshop to suit the individual strengths and challenges of each class. Please contact us to discuss how we can customize our workshops for your group.
We are based out of the UBC Point Grey campus, and our Vancouver Area workshops include Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Richmond, North Van, West Van and Surrey.
To register, please complete the appropriate registration form linked above and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Workshops are available:
Before Recess (9:00-10:00)
This can be altered to fit your school’s bell schedule. Workshops include two instructors and all demonstration and project materials.
1 Workshop – $160
Computer Science Workshops
1 Workshop – $180
*Bulk Rates: We offer discounted rates when multiple workshops are booked on the same day by the same school. These reduced rates are based on the considerable savings in transportation costs. Please note that workshops must follow the schedules below to qualify for the discounted rates.
+$15 travel fee per day for schools in Richmond, Burnaby, New Westminster, North Vancouver, West Vancouver
+$30 travel fee per day for schools in Delta, Surrey, Coquitlam, Langley, Port Moody
Geering Up is proud to be participating in Codemakers, a national program powered by Actua and Google. Actua’s network members at post-secondary institutions across Canada will empower 100,000 youth with critical computer science skills and prepare them for their future roles as innovators in technology.