We’re hosting our annual Youth Leadership Training, an interactive experiential workshop focusing on inclusion, diversity and shared leadership for youth, online this year. The training will start the evening of Friday May 8th from 6 – 8 pm, and continue Saturday, May 9th from 9 am – noon and 1- 4 pm and take place via Zoom which allows us to break into pairs and small groups. There will also be breaks to eat lunch and spend some time outside in nature.
Led by Leadership and Engagement Organizing Facilitator Peter Gibbs, who has tons of both in-person and on-line facilitation experience working with young people, budding change-makers will have lots of opportunities to learn and practice leadership and team building skills.
The cost is $15 and we have bursaries available. Just tell us why you’d like to attend.
The day will honour First Nations perspectives and offers opportunities to learn about how:
- our stories tap into shared values, connect us in relationships and create positive change;
- to build a team to create social and environmental change; and
- to create a “Theory of Change” and take it out into the world.
It’s going to be an amazing interactive learning-filled day!
There will also be post-workshop opportunities for youth to be out in nature and put their leadership and team building skills into action on water conservation and hands-on watershed restoration projects in the Cowichan and Koksilah Watershed – and to get volunteer credits for school once we are able to gather again.
How to Register
Time: Friday, 6-8 pm and Saturday, 9 am-noon and 1-4 pm
Cost: $15 per person. We don’t want cost to keep young people from attending. We have bursaries available for those in need.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you need a bursary.
Register via eventbrite here