MYAC and Hatch Host STEM Q&A

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This news item was posted on 3/21/2022 1:47:00 PM and is an archived post

NIAGARA FALLS, ON - Are you a Niagara Region High School Student considering your post-secondary career options in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM)? The Mayor's Youth Advisory Committee (MYAC) has once again joined forces with Hatch to offer an interactive session with young professionals working in STEM right here in Niagara, this March 30, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. via Zoom.

High school students from the District School Board of Niagara and Niagara Catholic District School Board can receive Community Involvement Hours for taking part in this fun and informative Question & Answer session.

Jessica Potts of Inspired Strategy Group, and good friend to MYAC, will kick things off with some inspirational words. Additionally, breakout room sessions will be available for:

  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Math and Computing


“Last year I was involved as a panelist at the STEM Q&A session. I was very impressed with the organization and the variety of young professionals in the panels.” said Krista Flachs, Geotechnical Laboratory Technician at Hatch. “This year, when the opportunity arose to take the lead for Hatch I jumped right on board."

"I am very excited to be part of the STEM Q&A. The STEM Q&A is a great opportunity for the youth of the Niagara Region to interact with young professionals." -Hinkal Patel, Chair, MYAC Youth Voice Sub Committee

To learn more, and register, please visit

For more information contact:

Beth Angle
Manager of Recreation & Programs
Recreation and Culture
[email protected]

Posted on: 3/21/2022 1:47 PM - Category: Media Releases