Little Green Thumbs and Subc Imaging

Community Outreach | May 17, 2017

SubC Imaging’s Chad Collett and Adam Rowe visited Riverside Elementary last week to take a look at the class-grown crops as part of the Little Green Thumbs program. SubC Imaging is one of the sponsors for the two classes that were designated as Little Green Thumbs. Students grow vegetables to learn about the science involved, healthy eating and agriculture. The students did everything from planting, growing and eating of their own crops, and presented visitors with home grown salad, pesto pasta made from some basil, tomatoes, cucumber and other tasty vegetables.

The Little Green Thumbs classes went so well that outdoor gardens maybe in the future for Riverside Elementary. SubC is proud to support the development of our youth and to support this initiative.

Big Bike Ride 2016

A Big Bike Ride for a good cause

Community Outreach | September 23, 2016

SubC Imaging went out and showed their support last Thursday at the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s annual Big Bike Ride. Although the weather was poor, spirits were high and with the help of the community they raised $2000 for a great cause! As you can tell by all of the smiling faces they had fun in the process. We here at SubC cannot wait to be apart of the next one!

You can visit The Heart and Stroke Foundation’s website here!

Pictured below are SubC staffers Adam Vey, Thomas Seary and Riley Hudson


Winners of MATE 2016 with SubC Anglerfish Prize

MATE ROV competition 2016 – Supported by SubC

Community Outreach | June 15, 2016

Congratulations to the MUN ROV team. SubC has donated equipment and expertise to the MATE competition every year. It is an outstanding program that is aimed at developing the skills of youth in the oceans tech sector with the goal of developing well-educated professionals to enter the workforce. This year the winner received a free SubC camera. The results are posted here.

The RANGER class winner, Ozaukee High School from Fredonia, WI, was the proud winner of the Anglerfish camera system.  This team also had the highest production demonstration (underwater mission) score in the RANGER class. They did a fantastic job!

SubC Donates to local School Riverside

Helping out in the local community and across Canada

Community Outreach | June 8, 2016

SubC sent $2000 to Alberta through the Red Cross, to help the families who have lost their homes and more to the wildfires.

We are also donating $2000 to do renovations to Riverside Elementary School. Education is important and currently the NL government allotments to the school systems are experiencing budget cuts. Lets hope 2017 is a better year. 🙂

SubC Donates To Alberta Fires

SubC Imaging to Donate $2000 to The Canadian Red Cross

Avondale SubC sponsor Olivia Thorne car

SubC supports diversity; young women pursuing hobbies and careers which are traditionally male dominated

Community Outreach | May 24, 2016

It is true that when young people are educated, skilled and able pursue their goals; society and economies benefit. SubC believes that everyone, regardless of gender, race or location, should be free to achieve their self-defined purpose. Every year we donate through Canadian registered charities to help young women get education in under-developed nations.

“Diversity in the world is a basic characteristic of human society, and also the key condition for a lively and dynamic world as we see today.”

— Jintao Hu

As a small way to support this initiative locally we have sponsored two young women who compete at the Eastbound Speedway in Avondale. They have recently placed 2nd and 4th place at the first NASCAR Whelen All American Series; congratulations Olivia and Sara Thorne. Check out CBC’s coverage here.

Ron Presenting to Youth

Youth in Technology Conference

Community Outreach | May 10, 2016

Organized by the College of the North Atlantic and NATI, this annual, day long conference brings together almost 400 Grade 9 students and exposes them to a wide range of technology careers in the hopes of providing inspiration for their academic plans. Students are also given a chance to meet leaders and mentors working within the provincial technology sector.

Chosen for their charisma and engaging personalities, YIT speakers aim to engage with young people on their own level. They embody the excitement a career in technology can bring. As well, by bringing together participants from different schools and gathering them at a college campus, YIT offers students the opportunity to view themselves in a new context.

Learn about the College of the North Atlantic at:

Learn about NATI at: