Take a glimpse into Shad’s program and events.

From meeting like-minded students to learning to not be dissuaded by failure, Shad2020 Effiea Ponniah talks about her growth during ShadOnline.
Ben Panet shares how ShadOnline opened up new possibilities in friendship, science and tech.
Hear from Shad2020 Riya Patel about her experience growing, learning and collaborating during ShadOnline!
Athena Goodale shares her passion for excellence and encourages Pathways students like herself to be bold, trust themselves and apply to Shad.
Victoria Sephton, an advocate for girls in STEM, shares how ShadOnline connected her with other young woman who are taking charge in STEM and in life.
Online communities are very real, says Kingsley Hurlington, Secondary School Vice Principal and ShadOnline Program Director.
Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette takes questions from ShadOnline participants.
From the Maritimes to the West Coast, Shad’s Program Directors send a warm welcome to the participants of the first ever ShadOnline program.  
During these uncertain times, community is more important than ever. The Shad community has come together to show our gratitude for Canada’s front-line workers.
Sairamya Kurapati shares her experience as a woman in robotics and how Shad helped connect her to other women with her same interests.
Three cheers for Shad campuses.
Chanel Robertson from Ottawa, Ontario dreams of becoming an engineer. She shares the value of learning in her native French language and how that helps maintain an inclusive and diverse environment.
What actually happens during a typical day at Shad, you ask? Here is a sneak peek into a day filled with hands-on labs, expert speakers, campus life and genuine moments of connection, learning and fun.
Sarah Gingles from Moncton, New Brunswick dreams of going into neuroscience at Dalhousie University. See how Shad is inspiring her and other girls in STEM.
Rob Gorbet, an Associate Professor at University of Waterloo describes the diversity at Shad.

Last year, Shad provided over $1-million in bursaries so the most deserving students could attend, regardless of their family’s income.

Secondary school teacher, Kingsley Hurlington explains the importance of having diversity in the program.
How Shad helped turn Michele Romanow into a serial entrepreneur & Dragon before she turned 30
Jordan Takkiruq: The Journey from Gjoa Haven, Nunavut to Shad Canada