What does it mean to be Canadian? Each summer, during Trinity’s Leadership Lab, an intergenerational team of secondary, post-secondary students, and retired educator volunteers explore the infrastructure of our communities, tackle current issues and address community needs. This work provides a platform for a deeper understanding of ourselves and our communities, and the development of a new kind of leadership practice for our diverse twenty-first century communities that links an individual’s Sense of Person and Sense of Place. Out of this Peer Leadership development participants co-create new programs, training materials, and credit courses that address the challenges facing today’s youth along with the generativity needs of older adults in the community.
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Whether you’re a school board representative, school administrator, guidance councillor, teacher, or a member of a professional support services team our consultants will work with you to find a program that meets your needs or design one custom for you and your school.
Explore our programming below.