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and Youth 2013 B.C. Summit
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Summer Student Job Opportunity!
Interested in being part of the magic at the Toronto Students Commission office? The SC is looking to hire one full-time summer student to help support our summer projects. Check out the Job Description to see if this opportunity is right for you. All applicants must have attended school during the past year and intend on returning next year.
Unite and Ignite Conference 2013
Unite and Ignite 2013 took place in Ottawa from March 21st to 24th 2013, and was a tremendous success! 200+ young people and their adult allies from across the country discussed how key youth issues impacted them, ways to create positive change and teams created videos about their topics in an effort to take concrete action on each issue. The videos will all be available on our website, Facebook and You Tube by the end of April 2013. Don’t forget to check out Facebook and follow us on Twitter for photos, videos and to stay connected with other opportunities leading up to Unite and Ignite 2014! Huge thanks to all that attended and contributed to spreading youth voice… Congratulations on another great conference!
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Youth Mental Health Survey
Check out the recent YDM survey on young people's mental health. If you are under 18, we'd love to hear from you! Your responses will help us plan two conferences in 2013 (February and March) where young people will be discussing mental health and other issues important to youth in Canada.
Youth Mental Health and Wellness 2013 Conference
Young people from across Ontario came together at Tim Horton's Onondaga Farms Camp, Feb. 28 - Mar. 3 2013, to explore what mental health and wellness means for young people in their communities.
<< This video is one of those key messages.
Supported by facilitators from the Students Commission of Canada and our partner organizations: the YMCA of Greater Toronto, the Nest, the Boys and Girls Clubs- Albion and Leave Out Violence (L.O.V.E.), youth participants had the opportunity to develop key messages to share their knowledge and experiences. We'd like to thank the Tim Horton Children's Foundation and the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth for generously supporting this conference. Stay tuned for more updates on some of the other key messages from the conference!