Leadership Opportunities for Students in Canada

 

CSLC 2019 in Abbotsford starts Sept. 24th, 2019

 

 

The Canadian Student Leadership Conference (CSLC) is a national conference for secondary schools across Canada, and is offered only to CSLA member schools. Click here to learn more about about the CSLC, and how to get your school involved.

 

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Become a CSLA Member

Advisors – Connect with Canada’s student leadership network:

From helping to re-invent the role of the student council to leadership certification for teachers, we are Canada’s national organization dedicated to the promotion and development of student leadership in our nation’s high schools. Through conferences, a dynamic peer community, and a wide variety of resources, we support our advisor members and their students in all aspects of leadership development in the classroom and beyond.

Receive discounts on resources and supplies that matter to you with your membership. You can now receive free shipping on orders from Spiritwear Canada with your CSLA membership.

Join the best network of advisors in Canada  learn more .

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Regional leadership conferences are a great way to introduce your potential leaders to engagement within your building. You can host or attend one of the many Horizons conferences being hosted across Canada this school year.

More dates and information here:

 

Horizons

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Provincial leadership conferences are a great way to train your student leaders on how to build to engagement within your building. You can register for one of the many provincial conferences being hosted across Canada this school year.

More dates and information here:

 

Provincial Registration for New Brunswick Conference

 

 Find out more information about the next

  Canadian Student Leadership Conference

      CSLC 2019

 

We are pleased to announce that the grant for student travel to CSLC 2019 has                                                            been renewed by the Department of Canadian Heritage.