U of T UNICEF Youth Engagement. Information Session 2011-2012. Welcome!!!. Agenda. Introduce the exec team Icebreaker – Get to know each other! UNICEF Canada and U of T UNICEF Youth Engagement Program details Previous experiences Q & A. Icebreaker. UNICEF Canada.
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Introduce the exec team
Icebreaker – Get to know each other!
UNICEF Canada and U of T UNICEF
Youth Engagement Program details
Q & A
World’s leading child-focused humanitarian and development agency
Vision: Every Child. Every Opportunity. No exceptions
Mission: To mobilize and empower Canadians to invest in the
positive transformation of
every child’s future
A student club representing UNICEF Canada
Directly affiliated UNICEF Canada
Receive support and resources
Raise awareness of children’s rights among children and youth in communities around
U of T St. George campus
Provide opportunities for U of T volunteers to improve their understanding
of children’s rights and develop
their leadership as well as
Total number of workshops: 5
Work with a partner (paired up with someone who has a similar schedule)
Work with the same group of children throughout
1st training session: Nov 28 (Mon) 3-5pm @ CIE Cumberland (Mandatory)
2nd training session: second week of January (Mandatory)
Your first workshop: last week of January
What did you enjoy most in the program?
“Watching kids drawing and expressing their thoughts”
“Listening to children’s unique opinions about what they think about our topics”
“Creating lesson plans with
- “A sense of accomplishment”
What did you learn most?
“How to engage children in activities and discussions”
“I’ve learned that kids will always be smarter than me”
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