Secondary Growing Leadership is for secondary students who are interested in or have a need for leadership development. These leaders may struggle with academics or personal organization, and/or access learning support services in their school. This course serves students who have the adaptive skills to function, meet new people and follow schedules with limited transitional support. The course engages the participants socially, physically, and academically, and encourages them to share the gains they have made as they return to their schools.
The leadership development sessions in Secondary Growing Leadership build on OELC’s core capacities of communication, team building, risk-taking, goal setting, and personal challenge and expand it into three different themes: Knowledge of myself as a leader, attitudes of a leader, and skills of a leader.
Teachers are encouraged to register for this course to be part of their student's leadership journey.
Please note: OELC/CASO is able to accommodate various needs and abilities. Contact the Centre Office for details.
TO REGISTER: Students and Teacher advisors go to www.oelccaso.com to register for Secondary Growing Leadership. You will need your health card number, parent email, supporting teacher’s name and email. Contact us if online access is a challenge!
COURSE DATES: May 23-27, 2020
COURSE FEES: $485 plus $99 + HST uniform fee. Installment payments are available until May 1, 2020.
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: $445 plus $99 + HST by April 1, 2020
BURSARIES: As a not-for-profit, charitable organization serving youth from Ontario’s schools, we are committed to reaching out to all of the diverse communities in the province and supporting the participation of students who might not able to attend without financial assistance. As such, any financial support is targeted to those students who truly are in need and/or schools who are in priority neighbourhoods. Please email [email protected] to request a bursary form for your teacher to fill out on your behalf. Completed forms are emailed by your teacher to [email protected]
For more information, please contact the Centre Office at [email protected] or 705-689-5572.