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Big Brothers Big Sisters YOUTH DEVELOP AND LEAD DIVERSITY TRAINING

Thanks to the support of Canadian Heritage, Youth mentors and mentees aged 14 to 30 from British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec will engage in youth-led trainings and workshops focused on having meaningful conversations about their identity as it combines with issues of equity, diversity, inclusion, Indigenization and decolonization. The project plays on the notion of “paying it forward” by sharing a part of yourself and your story with others, ultimately encouraging conversation and leading change.
By engaging Canadian youth mentors and mentees in trainings and workshops to reflect on their unique cultural history, identity and traditions, its impact and influence on the current makeup of Canada, and the important values to ensure the future of Canada is positive for everyone, the goal is to highlight that the act of volunteer mentoring is an intentional investment in one’s community.


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