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Columbia Basin Trust invites youth to the free Youth Action Summit in Kimberley

Youth in the Columbia Basin Trust region are invited to apply to attend Connect, a free Youth Action Summit  happening May 3-6 in Kimberley.

The theme for the event is: Connecting with Communities. Space is limited to 100 spots for participants from across the Basin.

Applications are being accepted now until February 29 at cbt.org/connect.

The summit will feature engaging speakers, planning sessions and networking opportunities, all directed towards assisting attendees in creating a day of action in their own community.

"Led by the members of CBT's Youth Advisory Committee, CONNECT promises to be inspiring," says Wayne Lundeberg, CBT Director, Youth Initiatives.

"CBT looks forward to working with Basin youth to empower them to create
meaningful action events in their communities during the month of May."

Youth interested in journalism, film and photography are invited to apply to be a member of CONNECT's own Multimedia Team. Chosen from qualified applicants, these ten participants will document the weekend, as well as the community action events, for a special CONNECT edition of SCRATCH Magazine.

CBT works with youth and communities to increase youth opportunities and
engagement through enhancing capacity, leadership and participation. CBT
supports youth and communities through the Columbia Basin Youth Grants
program, Community Directed Youth Funds and volunteer service awards as
well as provides a forum for youth in the Columbia Basin to share their
art, ideas and experiences with each other through SCRATCH magazine and
www.scratchonline.ca.

CBT delivers economic, social and environmental benefits to the
residents of the Columbia Basin. To learn more about CBT programs and
initiatives, visit www.cbt.org or call 1.800.505.8998.

 

region are invited to apply to attend Connect, a free Youth Action Summit  happening May 3-6 in Kimberley.

The theme for the event is: Connecting with Communities. Space is limited to 100 spots for participants from across the Basin.

Applications are being accepted now until February 29 at cbt.org/connect.

The summit will feature engaging speakers, planning sessions and networking opportunities, all directed towards assisting attendees in creating a day of action in their own community.

"Led by the members of CBT's Youth Advisory Committee, CONNECT promises to be inspiring," says Wayne Lundeberg, CBT Director, Youth Initiatives.

"CBT looks forward to working with Basin youth to empower them to create
meaningful action events in their communities during the month of May."

Youth interested in journalism, film and photography are invited to apply to be a member of CONNECT's own Multimedia Team. Chosen from qualified applicants, these ten participants will document the weekend, as well as the community action events, for a special CONNECT edition of SCRATCH Magazine.

CBT works with youth and communities to increase youth opportunities and
engagement through enhancing capacity, leadership and participation. CBT
supports youth and communities through the Columbia Basin Youth Grants
program, Community Directed Youth Funds and volunteer service awards as
well as provides a forum for youth in the Columbia Basin to share their
art, ideas and experiences with each other through SCRATCH magazine and
www.scratchonline.ca.

CBT delivers economic, social and environmental benefits to the
residents of the Columbia Basin. To learn more about CBT programs and
initiatives, visit www.cbt.org or call 1.800.505.8998.