You can learn more about Navigate at www.navig8.ca
Navigate 2014 Summary Report
Climate change is a top of mind across the world and when it comes to making a difference Alberta’s major cities are leading by example. Join Inside Education as we explore energy and climate change in Edmonton, Calgary & Fort McMurray and discover sustainability in our own backyards through these dynamic programs:
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Our city summits were a success in the 2017 year! Please check back again for 2018 dates.
On these programs we will examine how local energy efficiency and conservation actions connect to the larger climate conversation and discuss the role that students play in the future of energy. The program will emphasize key themes including renewable and alternative energy, net-zero and green building, sustainable transportation, technology, careers and more! This experiential learning event will include tours, workshops and expert presentations and students will be provided tools and resources to share the experience back in their schools.
How to apply:
It’s simple. Decide which students and teachers will represent your school and tell us why your school wants to participate!
Right from the start my students felt like they were special and their ideas were valued. You created opportunities for students to apply their classroom learning to real-world scenarios. Comments from my students included: “I feel more informed.” & “I feel like renewable energy is more accessible.” I look forward to being involved with future events. Many thanks!!− Candace Acorn, Teacher, Leduc Composite High School, E3 2014
With a growing number of career opportunities available to students it is important to provide them with the information they need to help them make career choices. For this we believe in the E’s – explore, experience and engage.
The ABC Project is an experiential learning event for junior and senior high school students designed to investigate science, technology and careers in Alberta’s Boreal Region. During the program students will discover a myriad of career options & paths, learn about post-secondary requirements, have day-in-life experiences, meet leaders in the field and assess future employment possibilities.
On the program, your team will take part in a variety of engaging interactive activities and discussions that tell the stories of professionals working in natural resource and environment fields.
The Alberta Boreal Careers Project will be held April 24 – 25, 2018 in Bonnyville/Cold Lake region.
Join Inside Education for two all-expenses paid days of career exploration. The program includes expert guests, potential for an overnight stay at a work lodge, a tour of an active oil sands operation and tons of hands on activities! To give you an idea of what to expect, take a look at a past itinerary here from our Fall 2017 Program.
To see what ABC is all about check out these photos from ABC 2016.
Teams are welcome to apply as a small group of students (up to 10) and 2-4 teachers from the school.
Deadline to apply is March 9, 2018. Successful applicants will be informed by March 16, 2018.
Why Should You Attend?
The program is full-scholarship (all expenses paid) and open to grade 7-12 students across Alberta.
For more information please visit our FAQs page for the ABC Project.
Generate 2017: Youth Energy and Climate Leadership Summit, was held March 9-12, 2017 in Kananaskis, Alberta . The summit is an amazing opportunity for high school students and teachers to learn together and advance energy and climate education in Alberta.
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For more information, visit www.gener8.ca.
Save the date for Navigate. Navigate 2018 – Youth Water and Environmental Leadership Summit will be held March 8-11, 2018 in Canmore, AB. This full scholarship program is Alberta’s premier event to develop understanding about water and related topics while inspiring youth environmental action projects.