Toronto 2015 Youth Summit – Apply Now!

Posted Aug 28th, 2014

The TORONTO 2015 Youth Summit has 300 spots available for Ontario youth aged 16–24 who want to learn hands-on about the value of sport to community and the true legacy that an international multi-sport Games, like the 2015 Toronto PanParaPan Games, can leave on a region.

The two-day Summit’s theme of “building community through sport” will inspire youth to live healthy, active lives while providing them with the tools to build communities rich in sport, arts and culture. Youth will also hear inspiring keynote addresses, attend skill-building workshops, take part in community-based activations, and network with peers and leaders.

Eligibility:

Youth must reside in Ontario and be between the ages of 16–24 on January 1, 2015

Application:                    

toronto2015.org/youth-summit  

Date:

March 21–22, 2015

Location:

Downtown Toronto — conference space to be announced

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