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Windspeaker
Windspeaker

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In partnership with Aboriginal Education Services and Community-Schools Partnership, the Windspeaker program provides support and guidance for youth in becoming balanced Aboriginal leaders through tradition, culture and outdoor education.

Students in Windspeaker build leadership capacity and develop a sense of belonging and positive identity through connections with other Aboriginal youth, Aboriginal culture and empowering activities.

In addition to the extra-curricular activities, students will receive secondary graduation credits (4 credits through SAIL), post-secondary transition assistance, and employment training (First Aid, Food Safe, High 5 and World Host) and employment opportunities.

Windspeaker participants range from Grade 8 to 12 and the program is currently run at the following schools:

  1. Kwantlen Park Secondary (with additional students from City Central Learning Centre)
  2. Frank Hurt Secondary (with additional students from Enver Creek Secondary)
  3. Guildford Park Secondary
  4. Princess Margaret Secondary
  5. Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary

Current Partnerships include:

  1. Aboriginal Education Services, Community-Schools Partnership and SAIL
  2. Camp Fircom/Camp Squeah
  3. Red Fox Healthy Living Society
  4. Fireside Adventures
  5. Outward Bound
Session info
Time: 12/17/2017 1:37:00 PM
Host: AS79
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