In 2011, WISE Kid-Netic Energy won the Actua & GE Canada Award for Leadership and Innovation. This award was created in 1998 as a way to recognize member organizations that have best exemplified the Actua spirit of innovation over the past year.

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During the school year, WISE Kid-Netic Energy offers a club on Saturdays just for girls in Grades 3-8 that explores science, engineering, and technology.  Each week members will explore a new area of science, do an activity, meet with a scientist, or go on a field trip to a facility where real life engineers and scientists are applying their knowledge. Besides weekly meetings and activities, members will participate in two design-build projects including APEGM Spaghetti Bridge Competition. In addition, Girls Club hosts an annual science fair on the last day of club for all the members to participate in!

Grade 3-5 students and Grade 6-8 students will work independently on several projects but will pair up for appropriate activities, fostering internal mentoring relationships.