Canadian Student Leadership Conference 2014 Idol
April 24, 2014 - 11:46 AM
KELOWNA - The future leaders of our community, our province and our nation will be gathering in the Central Okanagan September 23-27 to attend the 30th annual Canadian Student Leadership Conference (CSLC 2014) and we are searching for entertainment headliners. CSLC 2014 Idol is set for Thursday evening beginning at 4 p.m. in the Mary Irwin Theatre at the Rotary Arts Centre, as we search and audition for a variety of entertainers for the week-long CSLC 2014 event.
Over 25 entertainers will perform on the Irwin stage for 3 to 5 minutes with a range of talents that highlight slam poetry, hip hop, highland, contemporary and cultural dancing, a diversity of singing, musical soloists and groups, beat boxing and of course, the bagpipes!
What is at stake is a place on the main stage in front of over 1000 teachers and advisors from across Canada. Admission is free to the public and supporters.
The Central Okanagan School District is excited to be co-hosting CSLC 2014, in partnership with the Canadian Student Leadership Association (CSLA). This is the first time in over ten years that B.C. has hosted this national conference, which will attract approximately 750 Grade 9, 10, 11, and 12 students from across our the province and country, along with over 1,000 students from the Central Okanagan School District.
The Canadian Student Leadership Conference 2014 will feature a five-day program that includes an amazing group of keynote speakers and workshop opportunities inspiring leadership development that the delegates will take back to their schools and communities, making a positive difference in the lives of others. Our specific goals for hosting a national conference of this magnitude include:
- Enhancing the leadership skills of advisors and student leaders across Canada;
- Shining a light on the Ministry of Education's new student competencies which are reflected in the Central Okanagan
School District’s Attributes of a 21st Century Learner - “Learner, Thinker, Contributor, Innovator, and Collaborator;"
- Highlighting the strong partnerships that exist with our Aboriginal communities through the teachings of our Ceremonial
Eagle and Unity Staffs;
- Inspiring initiative;
- Positively influencing school communities throughout British Columbia and across Canada;
- Celebrating BC and Canada; and
- Leaving a legacy of leadership.
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