After tons of requests for a show that Nerds under 19 years of age can attend, we’re excited to announce “Teen Nerd Nite NV – TED Talks with donuts,” a free conference open to all high school students. 


Our pilot show on March 1 was a huge success! 95 kids, reps from UBC Applied Sciences, UBC Engineering Outreach “Geering Up,” the provincial government and VCC, who kept the kids busy with STEM activities like microscopes, sea-life vertebrae, resonance bowls and chocolate covered insects!

Staff from Education Planner BC answered general scholarship questions while UBC took questions geared solely towards their scholarships.

The events are held at The Eagles Club Event Room, 170 West 3rd Street, North Vancouver (the corner of 3rd & Chesterfield, next to 7-11) and include:

  • Short talks from experts on subjects across “STEM”  (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math). Sit down with speakers & ask questions.
  • Graduation service hours for attending.
  • Mentorship opportunities available to ALL students.
  • Scholarship experts to answer your application questions.
  • Free food, drinks & prizes.

Due to limited space, this event is for students only.

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These were our March speakers:

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE with YouTuber – Kurtis Baute

MATHCurt Da Silva – PhD (Applied Math)

TISSUE & BIO-PRINTING – Alison Muller, PhD (Physiology)

PHYSICS & BLACK HOLES – David Wakeham, PhD (Physics), UBC

GENETICS & MICROBIOLOGYDave Ng, Advanced Molecular Biology Lab, UBC

ECO TOURISM – Josh Silberg

Space is very limited, so this event is for high school students only. ">Email us for special exceptions to Super Nerds under 13 years.