S.T.E.M. Social Group 

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (S.T.E.M.). Our STEM focused social groups are accessible, individualized, and engaging for neurodivergent youth. Located in Vancouver B.C.


Explore the world of S.T.E.M. in a fun and safe space, while creating meaningful relationships. 

Click below to learn more about the S.T.E.M. Explorers program

Open for Registration

Registration is OPEN for our STEM Explorers Social Group! We have 2 groups that we will be running from January to March 2023, one on Sundays and another on Thursdays. Spots will fill up QUICK, submit a registration inquiry ASAP!

For past/current students, you can just email us to confirm registration.   

Learn more about our STEM Explorers program below, and make a registration inquiry!

Request a Program in your City!

We are accepting inquiries to run our STEM based programs in your city! We recognize that there are limited programs available for families outside of the Metro Vancouver area. After confirming a group of students in your area, we are open to travelling to your location to provide our programs in your community!

Core Components of Programs

While each of the programs at S.T.E.M. Sprouts are different regarding content and activities, all programs are created with the core components listed below. These components can be what you expect to be a part of your child's program!

Accessible S.T.E.M. Education

Each student is encouraged to explore freely with pure curiosity. We strive to provide a safe and accessible space where they can explore their interests and turn them into passions. 

Mutual Respect

Respect is a two way street, facilitators value and respect student's voices. We are here to be their friend, mentor and teacher... all in one! We are here to empower students.

Genuine Friendships

Our focus is introducing students to S.T.E.M. and skill development. However, naturally there are opportunities to socialize/engage with other peers, without being pressured to! 

We take into consideration environmental accommodations, learning preferences, and specific needs. Reducing as many barriers to learning, setting up each student for success, and having fun!