As a follow-up to the RBC Future Launch Community Challenge, the RBC Youth Powering Community (YPC) online learning initiative will be available to youth aged 15-29 across Canada starting on March 5, 2020.
We’re offering free, drop-in, online workshops on skills that help youth make changes in areas like health, food security, education, the environment, reconciliation, and more. Youth participants can suggest topics and vote to determine the workshop session content that follows.
In partnership with the RBC Foundation, participation in the online learning series is offered at no cost, and is open to youth and youth-led or youth-serving organizations and projects across Canada. To view the full Terms of Engagement and Community Agreement, click here.
The YPC initiative aims to spark new ideas, exchanges and networking opportunities for youth to connect with peers from across Canada through an online learning community. Every month, there will be an online session addressing a topic on social change and youth engagement, and the sessions will culminate with a an online, multi-day conference with youth across Canada.
The current sessions are as follows:
Additional session information and registration will be made available closer to the date.
|Beyond COVID: What Comes |
Next for Youth Leaders
|Oct. 22, 2020||2:30 p.m ET|
Past sessions & recordings:
|Introduction to YPC||March 5, 2020||Recording|
|Coping with COVID-19||March 26, 2020||Recording not available|
|Shared Values for Just Futures: |
A Decolonial Mindset
|April 23, 2020||Recording|
|Inner Work for Outer Work||May 21, 2020||Recording|
What’s in your Cup?
Inner Work Resource List
|The Urgency of |
|June 18, 2020||Recording|
|Sharing Your Story||July 23, 2020||Recording|
Sharing your story: Digital resources
|Equitable Spaces||August 27, 2020||Recording|
|Engaging Across Generations|
for Social Justice
|Sept. 24, 2020||Recording|
Have a topic in mind?
We want to know what kind of sessions you would like to see and which topics, questions, and experts should be included. Make a suggestion on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and make sure to tag us and use the hashtag #RBCFLChallenge so we see it. You can also send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.