|Bringing Mental Health Conversations Into the Open
The over-arching theme Bishop McNally's student leaders identified was dealing with increasing feelings of anxiety. The group shared that this anxiety stems from pressures at home and at school, and (More)|
|An Asset-Based Approach to Strength and Resiliency
Kainai High School's youth leaders have started a series of change initiatives this year. Across each of these projects, Kainai's students have had the opportunity to learn and apply new skills, exp (More)|
|Rant and Relate: A Club for Action
Ted Harrison's Grade 9 leadership students walked away from the September Youth Forum with three key issues in mind: mental health, shifts of power, and discrimination. To address these issues in their school commu (More)|
|After attending the Youth Forum in September, students from 20 Calgary area schools have been hard at work creating change initiatives in their communities. The students have tackled a wide range of issues: their projects include organizing Mental He (More)|
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|Where can you make the most difference?
When they attended Werklund's Youth Leadership Forum in September 2016, students at St. Mary's wanted to help the people who needed it the most. For these high school students, that meant reaching outside of t (More)|
|What is happiness?
Students at Western Canada High School set out to answer this question as part of their study of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. This project grew into a school-wide movement for social activism focusing on Compassion, Connection (More)|