Welcome to Engineering Science Quest

Engineering Science Quest (ESQ) envisions a world where interest in science and engineering is common among everyone. 

Our goal is to empower youth to be the change our world will need in the future by creating opportunities for them to increase confidence in their science, engineering and technology abilities.

We do this through engaging kids in hands-on activities that serve to explore the science behind their world!

  1. July 1, 2018Join ESQ on Canada DayVolunteer playing game with child

    Engineering Science Quest will once again be supporting the University of Waterloo's Canada Day event! Join us for some fun activities for all ages. We will be located at Columbia Hill along with other University of Waterloo events on July 1st 2018. More details will follow in the coming months.

  2. Apr. 5, 2018Engineering Explorations - An opportunity for discovery! People at university event

    Engineering Explorations is an opportunity to come and discover Waterloo Engineering and get hands on with family focused engineering activities. 

  3. Feb. 26, 2018Create a new account for Summer 2018 Main Campus Registration!

    We're looking forward getting registration for summer 2018 open on Wednesday.  To make the registration process easier we've put together a quick walk through/example of how to create a new account in the new system.  It's a little bit different than the outgoing system and everyone needs to create a new account from scratch.  So it's worthwhile to have a quick watch and then go online to create your account to be ready for Wednesday's opening.

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  1. Jan. 25, 2019PD Day STEM For Families

    This FREE program is open to children in Grades 1 - 5. Join ESQ for a morning/afternoon filled with parent-child STEM workshops. You'll have fun inventing, building, and discovering with your family! Parents are required to stay with their children throughout the program.

  2. Feb. 1, 2019PD Day Program @ Google- Grade 9 Girls

    There’s been a power outage, and it’s up to the students to save the day! Using their knowledge of parallel and series circuits, students will be in charge of bringing power back to the places in the town that need it most. 

    We're looking for some awesome grade 9 girls who are up for a challenge! Join us at Google's Kitchener office from 11am to 2pm for an electrifying program. Lunch will be provided! 

  3. Mar. 11 to 15, 2019March Break Programming

    Available for youth currently in grades 1 to 6 (on Waterloo campus). Our Waterloo camps are Banting (grades 1-2), Suzuki (grades 3-4), and Newton (grades 5-6).

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