Invitation of 2018 STEM FAIR

February 10, 2018


February 10, 2018

9:30 - 16:00



WMC 3260, Simon Fraser University Burnaby Campus, West Mall Central,

Burnaby V5A 1S6, British Columbia, Canada


Participants: G1-G12 (Age 6 - 18)

                     Students have to bring their own Lunch.

Registration Fee:  Free

Content: Robotics Challenge (Junior & Senior)

               STEM Conference Paper (Junior & Senior)

(We recommend participants attend the both of Robotics Challenge and STEM Conference Paper)

               Rubik's Cube Challenge





Canada Youth Robotics Club (CYRC) is a Vancouver BC based non-profit Canadian organization dedicated to STEM Education in Canada and across North America.  The CYRC has been involved with STEM education and STEM competitions here in Canada, as well as in the United States. The CYRC has also participated in competitions overseas.


STEM educational programs, such as those sponsored by the CYRC, are programs specifically designed to improve the quality of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in our public and private schools.  Our STEM programs are meant to help the next generation of Canadians to better prepare for the 21st century.


In order to better popularize STEM education in and around Vancouver, the CYRC is organizing a series of STEM Fairs, with specific challenges set out for the student participants. The STEM Fairs includes robotics, computer programming, science, engineer design and mathematics competitions.  Our STEM Fairs are open to students in elementary, middle and high schools.


CYRC will hold a STEM Fair, co-sponsored by Microsoft, on February 10th, 2018 in Vancouver. 

CYRC host two STEM Fair in 2017, which attracted thousands of participants all over the world.


We welcome all students and parents who are interested in STEM Education to our February 10th STEM Event.  Participants and spectators are welcome to attend. We believe you will be inspired by watching our student competitors and the STEM related presentations.