(Youth CI) Online, Sudbury, and North Bay
Youth CI Information Session for Northern Ontario
Want to improve outcomes for youth in your community through collective impact?
Join this session to learn about Collective Impact and the new Youth CI program available to communities across Ontario.
The Laidlaw Foundation and J.W. McConnell Family Foundation’s Innoweave initiative are excited to launch Youth CI, a new program to support youth collective impact. Youth CI is supported in part by the Government of Ontario, and helps organizations in local communities across Ontario learn about, develop, launch and implement collective impact approaches that directly improve outcomes for youth in their community.
Ontario organizations or collaboratives that want to learn about collective impact or are looking at collective impact as a means to improve outcomes for youth in their communities are invited to explore the program’s different components and see what may work for them.
To help bring this initiative to Northern Ontario, we will be screening the webinar in various communities, followed by an opportunity to meet and network with others who might be interested forming a collaborative focused on outcomes for youth in your community.
Sudbury webinar location:
United Way Sudbury and Nipissing Districts Office
105 Elm Street, Suite E-6
Sudbury, ON P3C 1T3
Nipissing webinar location:
North Bay Public Library
271 Worthington Street East
North Bay, ON
If you would like to attend one of these events, please indicate this in your eventbrite registration. If you are unable to attend a screening, we encourage you to join the webinar through your own computer via webex. Register here to access the webex.
This session will also be offered in French on Feb. 4th at 9am. Please click here if you wish to attend the French session.