Camp Ten Oaks is a two-location, one-week each, sleep-away camp for children and youth ages 8-17 from 2SLGBTQ+ (two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer) identities, families, and communities. The program first opened its doors in August 2005. It doubled in capacity in 2018 with the addition of our second location, allowing for nearly 200 campers.
Leadership involves motivating a group towards a common goal and is a practical skill that includes the ability to guide others, whether individuals or entire organizations.
Upcoming External Events
Cisco Canada CEO – and former teenage refugee – Rola Dagher on leadership, ambition and what it takes to succeed in Corporate Canada
Leadership is not simply a role that you fill; it is an action that you take each day. It is this philosophy that guides Cisco Canada President & CEO, Rola Dagher. Over her career of more than two decades, Dagher has worked with some of the brightest minds in the technology industry while honing her natural leadership style.
By recognizing and celebrating accomplished women, Northern Lights Aero Foundation’s mission is to attract women and inspire them to succeed in careers in aviation and aerospace. Northern Lights Aero Foundation will encourage those ambitions by engaging in outreach, facilitating mentorships, providing scholarship opportunities, and championing the values of diversity and inclusion.
The Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations Ltd. (Women in PR Canada) is an influential network of leading business women striving for excellence in the field of public relations. We are partnering with businesses across North America to promote opportunities for women to learn and to share resources in a supportive community. We are connecting leaders, developing new industry initiatives and inspiring new graduates through our event programs. We promote a collaborative learning environment through our portfolio building courses led by industry experts.
CERIC is a charitable organization that advances education and research in career counselling and career development, in order to increase the economic and social well-being of Canadians. It funds projects to develop innovative resources that build the knowledge and skills of diverse career and employment professionals. CERIC also annually hosts Cannexus, Canada’s largest bilingual career development conference, publishes the country’s only peer-reviewed journal, Canadian Journal of Career Development, and runs the CareerWise / OrientAction websites, providing the top career development news and views.
Miziwe Biik is committed to assisting all persons of Aboriginal ancestry in the GTA to attain a better quality of life. They provide training and employment opportunities in a supportive environment in which people can affirm their Aboriginal identities and develop to their fullest potential.
IWB is a non-profit social enterprise association. IWB specializes in integrated multicultural joint ventures that help organizations, governments and private corporations engage and connect with Canada’s diverse ethno-cultural communities to build profile and brands. Our members are committed to improving the world through positive leadership, compassion and dedication to learning, growing and giving.
30% Club’s global mission is to reach at least 30% representation of all women on all boards and C-suites globally. They aim to develop a diverse pool of talent for all businesses. Business leadership is key to their mission, taking the issue beyond a specialist diversity effort and integrating it into enterprise-wide strategy development.
Hire for Talent- Building an Inclusive Canadian Workforce is a national project that will deliver a Canada-wide awareness campaign aimed at increasing the confidence of employers when hiring people with disabilities. The awareness campaign also aims to increase employer awareness about how people with disabilities are a talented part of the workforce, and will provide resources to help employers tap into this talent pool during their search for skilled workers.
The Jean Augustine Centre for Young Women’s Empowerment is committed to building the self-esteem & self-worth of young women & girls by positively influencing their outlook on life, broadening their horizons, & helping them to empower themselves.
Newcomer women were already severely disadvantaged regarding employment, and COVID-19 has exacerbated this situation. This comparative, longitudinal study in Northwestern Ontario will allow us to reconceptualize how employment supports are delivered.
Make Your Mark is an initiative of Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador (MNL), aimed at increasing numbers of citizens who run in their respective municipal elections, as well as increase local voter turnout. Through video interviews with councillors and mayors from across the province, Make Your Mark provides real world insight into what it means to be a member of your local council, and why it is so important to get community members involved.
This database describes existing mental health promotion, prevention and intervention programs and models for Aboriginal peoples in Canada.
(French only resource) Chaque initiative du Réseau des Femmes d’affaires du Québec (RFAQ) est créée pour donner aux femmes les moyens de leurs aspirations. Leur objectif est d’offrir tous les outils et ressources nécessaires pour que les femmes relèvent leurs défis professionnels.
Justice Canada has more recently been using ‘they’ as a singular gender-neutral pronoun on a piecemeal basis, but the gendered nature of the French language requires study, with a review currently underway.
Our #GoogleInterns, apprentices, and residents help build products that create opportunities for everyone. Bring your insight, imagination, and a healthy disregard for the impossible. Together, we can build for everyone. The internships here are not exhaustive, and may or may not be currently available, but provide a taste of the various internships Google offers.