January 19, 2020 | Guelph, ON
The 4th annual Eastern Canada SLC will take place on Sunday, January 19, 2020 at University of Guelph.
This year’s conference will bring together Global Brigades leaders, staff and board members from across Eastern Canada to engage in a day filled with leadership training, presentations, breakout sessions and discussions. Throughout the day we will focus on developing your role as a leader within Global Brigades, understanding sustainable development, discussing ethical volunteering, sharing best practices, and providing the latest updates from GB.
Conference registration costs $20 per participant and the deadline to register for the conference is December 30th, 2019.
The 2020 Eastern Canada Student Leadership Conference will be held at University of Guelph. Main conference activities will be held in Peter Clark Hall, University Centre.
Transportation & Lodging
Transportation & accommodations should be organized by conference attendees. If you would like to book a hotel for either Saturday or Sunday night, we recommend the Delta Guelph hotel which is near the conference venue. If you would prefer to stay with a Guelph student (couch, spare bed, air mattress, etc.) please indicate your request upon registration. Please note that there is limited availability among students, and these requests will be handled on a case by case basis. Preference will be given to those who will be unable to attend the conference otherwise.
Global Brigades will provide light breakfast refreshments and a full lunch for all conference attendees. For attendees with allergies or special dietary restrictions, please let us know during registration and we will try our best to accommodate.
Conference dress code is casual- GB attire is always encouraged!
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Check-into the conference and get your conference welcome pack
|9:00am||Conference Welcome & Icebreaker
Meet Global Brigades Staff, GB Canada board members, and fellow leaders/volunteers and review conference objectives
|9:30am||Presentation: GB Past, Present & Future
GB Past, challenges, UN SDGs & Empowered 100
|10:00am||Breakout: Importance of Monitoring & Evaluation & Holistic Model
Explore how Global Brigades monitors and evaluates our organizational impact and learn more about the three core pillars that drive the Empowered 100 initiative (health, WASH & economic development)
|11:00am||Guest Speaker: TBA|
|12:00pm||Lunch & Networking
Lunch provided by Global Brigades.
|1:00pm||Presentation: Impact & Updates
Country impact & brigade impact, Greece/Guatemala expansion, donation goal structure & budget breakdown
|2:00pm||Ethical Volunteering Breakouts
Talk about what it means to make a sustainable impact, shape responsible volunteers and how to use social media to empower
|3:00pm||Year Round Engagement
Learn what it means to celebrate #GB365 and become a global citizen
|3:30pm||Breakout: Chapter Best Practices
Discuss all things chapter creation, leadership development and how you make your chapters run.
|4:30pm||Campus Action Plans
Reflect on all you’ve learned and translate that into concrete action steps
Final remarks and recognitions