Join us for an experience of a lifetime!

Navigate/Generate is a dynamic no-cost education summit that provides 160 high school students and teachers with a unique opportunity to learn about, collaborate on, and ultimately advance energy, water, climate, and leadership education in Alberta.

 Where:  Canmore, Alberta

 When: March 16 - 19th, 2023

 Who: We invite teams of six high school students and two teachers to apply. We will be accepting 20 teams from across the province! Team breakdown - 6 students + 2 teachers per school (half focus on energy - Generate, half focus on water - Navigate)

 Cost: Successful teams will be provided full scholarships to attend including all meals and accommodations. Teams may apply for travel and supply teacher subsidies if needed.

Application deadline:  December 31st

✓ Gain a better understanding of Alberta’s energy, water, and climate story from experts, innovators, and young leaders!

✓ Participate in speaker sessions and hands-on workshops.

✓ Expand networks and create lasting memories with like-minded students and teachers.

✓ Be empowered and supported to make a meaningful difference in your school and community with an environmental leadership project.

Keynote Speaker

Sam Effah

As a native Albertan, Sam has speed. He represented Canada at 3 World Championships, 3 World University Games, 2 Commonwealth Games and was inducted into the 2021 Canada West Hall of Fame. Most recently, Sam was named co-Chef de Mission for the 2022.

Outside of athletics and in-office work, Sam loves to speak. He leads a strong stage presence, developed over the course of a ten-year career as a seminar speaker, workshop facilitator, and motivational presenter. .

Learn more About Sam Efffah

Sam Effah

Not only did I learn so much, but I made so many new friends and left with the belief that my voice is important can capable of initiating change.

– ARSHDEEP | STUDENT, GENERATE PARTICIPANT

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Inside Education’s work brings us to all corners of the province, as such, we acknowledge the Indigenous people who lived among and traveled through the land in the area currently known as Alberta. The relationship the Peoples of Treaty 6, Treaty 7, and Treaty 8 and Alberta’s Métis people have with the land is founded on a deep respect for the environment. This connection forms the foundation of our personal responsibility for the stewardship of our natural resources, a connection Inside Education strives to foster among students and teachers through our diverse programming. Inside Education is a registered charity #101894319RR0001

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