2019 Session Description

Canadian Multicultural Inventors Museum
Amazing inventors who have called Canada home

For all ages • ongoing
Category: Learning

The Canadian Multicultural Inventors museum is a traveling educational experience that visits schools, conferences, and other events to provide exhibits that complement the impact of educators, storytellers, and interpretive artists.

This year at Mindcamp you will be exposed to an ongoing, ever-changing poster exhibit of Canadian multicultural inventors, hosted and animated by Francis Jeffers, the Museum's founder and chief curator.

Francis Jeffers
After retiring from the for-profit sector, Francis Jeffers has found his passion running the Canadian Multicultural Inventors Museum, a not-for-profit traveling museum that creates exhibits to complement the activities of educators, storytellers, and interpretive artists.

He is the founder of Visions of Science Network for Learning, a network of science clubs in under-represented schools in Toronto, and the Association of Black Professionals in Science and Technology He co-founded the African Relief Committee in Canada, an NGO providing educational assistance in South Sudan.


This is Francis's first year presenting at Mindcamp.
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