The SciHigh program was developed by Mount Sinai in 1997 to promote science to students throughout Toronto. The goal of the program is to further reinforce students' curiosity and show them how cool science can be. SciHigh hopes to encourage students to retain science course options throughout their academic studies and ultimately to consider science as a career.

SciHigh is looking for students that would like to share their enthusiasm and love of science. You will give presentations on various science topics to students from kindergarten to grade 12.

Training is provided and new volunteers are paired with experienced volunteers who will answer all your questions and lead you through your first presentations as a team.


This opportunity is open to all University of Toronto Students. We highly encourage students with a strong interest and/or background in science to participate. 

How it works

Students who wish to participate in this opportunity must:

  1. Register for the SciHigh Project
  2. Meet with a CCP representative to find out more. 
  3. Attend the Community Action Project Orientation. Note: If you missed Orientation, not to worry! You can still participate in Community Action Projects. A CCP representative will set up a one-on-one meeting with you.
  4. Attend SciHigh training. 
  5. Attend reflection sessions with the CCP and SciHigh. 

Time Commitment

Volunteer shifts and time commitment are flexible - we are looking for volunteers for presentations during the school day, evenings and weekends. You only need to sign up for the shifts you are interested and available to go on.


Schools and community groups are located throughout the GTA. Typically, volunteers meet at Mount Sinai Hospital and then travel to the site together by taxi or Uber. SciHigh covers all travel costs!

Contact us

For questions or further information, please contact Cherrie Kwok at