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Programs for Youth

Peer to Peer   

A Peer Leader’s program for mentoring younger students’ transition to high school

Handling Conflict   

A Peer Leader’s program for mediating conflict throughout the school community

1+1=3  

A Peer mentoring program for developing positive relationships throughout elementary and middle school

Applied Civics  

A Peer led program in knowing your community through engagement and service opportunities

Tools for Educators

Leadership in a Changing Society  

An intensive leadership masterclass program, that offers youth leaders from across the GTA summer employment, volunteer opportunities, and OSSD credits.

Making Connections  

An exercise manual for teachers in addressing the needs of under-performing and disengaged students

Courageous Voices

Courageous Voices  

A transformative educational experience for students that honours people who have fought for social justice and made a difference in the world.

Publications

Surviving (and Thriving) in High School…and at other challenging times in our lives  

A nine-step guide for students in their first two years of high school on how to achieve success in school and life

Youth and Alcohol  

A Play and classroom program for theatre arts teachers on the issues of drinking and driving, and alcohol abuse

Peer Leadership  

A brief introduction to the new leadership needed for our schools and communities

About Trinity

Trinity provides experiential and integrated learning using the arts and intergenerational interactions to foster peer leadership, personal development and community resilience.

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Volunteer & Career Opportunities

Trinity is currently recruiting Retired Educators, Career Counsellors, & Education Workers to volunteer as Trainer/Facilitators in our high school programs. Read more.

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  • Our first days at the Leadership Lab 2019 with Trinity Theatre, we began exploring many deep topics with @alantrinity.  One of them was violence in the form of language. He said that “violence can be manifested in many ways, and one of them is the language you use to describe your actions or self”. For example, that could be ‘I should have done that’ or ‘I could have done that’ or ‘You should know this.’ Recognise when you’re being violent towards yourself in terms of language, and try to be a little bit nicer to yourself! Look out for our #mindfulmonday, where we share self-care tips and more :) Have a happy weekend!

#language #learning #mindfulness #actions
  • Did you know that there are many cool spots around historic sites in Toronto?

Look at Chantelle & Rebecca having a great time at a hidden bridge near Fort York National Historic Site!

Keep swiping for more photos of everyone having a great time learning about the history and heritage of Toronto! 
#learningcanbefun #history #heritage #education 📸@csharmaphotos
  • Happy #CanadaDay Everyone!

or Have A Canada Happy Day depending on how you read it 😂
  • As #NationalPoetryMonth comes to a close, we share with you a poem by @AlanTrinity 
#Blog #Poem #Hummingbird (Link in Bio)

https://trinitytheatre.ca/the-humming-bird/
  • In today's blog, @AlanTrinity discusses breaking through the action/reaction mindset with reflection and an active/contemplative process.

https://trinitytheatre.ca/new/ (Link in Bio)

#mindset #contemplation #selfawareness #reflection #blog #mindfulness
  • We're happy to announce this #NVW2019 that Trinity is working with the Government of Canada to launch our new Volunteer-Focused youth project: Applied Civics!

More info: http://bit.ly/AppliedCivics (Link in Bio)

How are you volunteering in your community this National Volunteer Week? #VolunteerFactor

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We interviewed doctors, lawyers, journalists, judges, and it gave us a good idea of how the...Read more

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