Tuesday, October 12th, 7pm
7pm on Zoom
FREE, open to all youth aged 15-30
Presented in partnership with Taking It Global.
A #PAVEDArtsAtHome Workshop
If you are between the ages of 15-30 in Saskatoon, and you have an idea about how you can contribute positively to your community, this workshop is for you!
Rising Youth Community Service Grants empowers young people to imagine ideas that can support their local community and helps put those ideas into action through grants of $250, $750, or $1500.
In this workshop, Cory Herc will be guiding us through the fundamentals of building a grant fundable project – we will begin with ideation and problem-framing, learn how to define the key components of a grant-fundable project, and explore a couple of tools that can help you refine your project plan.
This workshop will be conducted primarily in English, but Cory is comfortable in both official languages and will be able to answer questions equally in French and in English. The format is designed to be highly participatory – come prepared to engage on a device of your choosing.
Cory Herc is the Partnerships and Outreach Coordinator with Rising Youth, a national youth microfunding platform that helps young people lead volunteer-run projects to affect meaningful change in their communities. Cory’s role connects him with youth and youth-facing organizations to help ensure that young people across Canada have a clear pathway to success as they apply for #RisingYouth funding to turn their ideas into realities.
Some examples of eligible projects are:
• A creative artistic project
• An anti-racist, climate justice, or other educational event
• An initiative in response to Covid-19
• Purchase and distribution of food hampers or electronic devices to those in need
• Outdoor education course
• YOUR Idea!
For more information about #RisingYouth, visit: https://www.pavedarts.ca/…/risingyouth-community…/
Thank you to TakingITGlobal, the Government of Canada, and Canada Service Corps for generously supporting this project!
This workshop is FREE for everyone to attend. You do not need to be a PAVED Arts member.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register!