YOUTH WHO ARE ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS IN MAKING A DIFFERENCE
SLYE VIRTUAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The SLYE Virtual Leadership Program is a four-week online program for high school students from the Toronto area between the ages of 13-18, designed to provide leadership and skills development. Youth leaders will gain leadership skills and have the opportunity to put those skills into practice through the planning and leading of an online community resource fair (which we call a Roadshow!).
WEEK 1: The SLYE Virtual Leadership Program begins with a 2-hour leadership workshop, followed by a 30-minute meeting where you meet with your Roadshow Planning Group and SLYE Facilitator to begin planning your Roadshow
WEEK 2: Youth will attend a 1-hour skill development training, followed by a 30-minute meeting with your Roadshow group
WEEK 3: Youth will attend a final 1-hour skill development training, followed by a 30-minute meeting with your Roadshow group
WEEK 4: SLYE Youth Leaders will host their own 1-hour Roadshow!
All participants will receive volunteer hours, a gift card and certificate for completing the SLYE Virtual Leadership Program (which includes attending each workshop and participating in the planning & executing of the Roadshow).
LEADERSHIP TRAINING SESSIONS
Registration dates to be determined!
SLYE VIRTUAL ROADSHOWS
Learn about different youth-centered topics and get to know what resources are available to you!
Our Roadshow events are planned for youth, by youth.
Please note, for all our Roadshows, youth will be able to ask any questions during our Q&A Session, Roadshow dates to be determined!
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SLYE YOUTH COUNCIL
SLYE Youth Council consists of youth leaders (aged 13-18) from the Steeles-L'Amoreaux area in Scarborough who organize, lead, and support community initiatives!
During our virtual meetings, youth leaders volunteer hours and work experience. Youth also have the opportunity to build friendships with others in their community.
Here is a list of resources you can access and use when you feel as though you need extra support in your life. Please note that this list is being continuously updated. ♥