The Canadian Association of Science Centres has created a three-year strategic plan that outlines priorities through 2018. This plan is designed to support our members to deliver programs to increase science literacy nationally.
CASC has established two strategic priorities:
1. Raise our member profiles and value to the community by:
Millions of people visit Canadian science centres each year, yet broader populations aren’t aware of the impact they have on our nation’s science culture.
By increasing the CASC profile to key stakeholders, awareness of the Canadian science centre industry as a whole is raised and our members will be in a better position to reach their goals.
2. Develop an enhanced learning and sharing network by:
Canada is a vast geographic region with a relatively small population. Science centres are spread out across the country, which makes networking more difficult.
This priority exists to increase opportunities for science centre professionals to develop relationships within the industry, learn from each other, increase professional development opportunities and enable participation from all members.
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The CASC office is situated in Robinson Huron Treaty territory and the land on which we learn and live is the traditional territory of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek.
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