Learn how YPI connects to different provincial requirements, supporting teachers and schools to blend regional education requirements with real social impact for the local community.
Hear from YPI teachers on how participation in YPI can contribute to real world impact for communities, providing opportunity for students to see how school
YPI Canada’s new Vice-Chair, Chris Adjei-Bediako, shares what youth leadership means to him. Chris is also an alumnus of the YPI program, and you can
These four students from Brentwood College School were the winners for the 2020-21 year, representing Nourish Cowichan, an organization that provides food support to children
Throwback: It’s hard to believe I wrote this post four years ago! I’m so grateful for the incredible professional development support I received through YouthREX:
One of the biggest highlights of my job as the technology leader for my charity, is attending the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference, as an opportunity
On 18th November, 2020 YPI Canada, hosted a virtual celebration to recognize the important work of grade 10 Sherwood Secondary School students – Marissa, Caleigh, Jason and Evan – whose research project led to the largest donation of $5,000 to the Willow’s Place program at Mission Services of Hamilton.
COVID-19 is having a devastating and inequitable impact on communities around the world, and young people are among the hardest hit by closures and disruptions. At YPI Canada we are engaged in ongoing critical reflection on the long-term implications of the pandemic on youth, and what can be done to mitigate these effects.
Across Canada, students are returning to school amid a pandemic and the real possibility of a second wave that could further disrupt the school year. Back-to-school is usually about getting back to normal but there will be little normal for students, parents, educators, and their support networks this year.