We are working in partnership with Dalhousie University and ENRICH to develop a program for middle school students that focuses on environmental justice. We want to collaborate with youth at the MacPhee Centre to develop creative resources that will be included in the overall program. This project is completely youth led and youth driven, and we invite you on this journey of creativity, research, and learning! Join us and we will explore our local communities and create art, poetry, and videos that will soon be tools for educators in the province.
Length: 12 weeks, Monday evenings (4pm-6pm)
Audience: Youth (ages 12-19)
Registration Fee: Free
Location: MacPhee Centre
Themes: leadership development, social justice, creative exploration, sustainability, environmental racism, art based learning
Let’s Sprout x Dalhousie Capstone
In partnership with Dalhousie’s Dr. Ingrid Waldron, Director of ENRICH (The Environmental Noxiousness, Racial Inequities & Community Health Project), Let’s Sprout wishes to design a curriculum to increase awareness of environmental racism among Nova Scotian youth. The Capstone project will involve outreach to Nova Scotia youth in order to research current level of understanding of environmental racism, identify critical knowledge gaps, and develop and test prototype activities and information on environmental racism for a youth audience. Students will be working with Rising Up participants throughout this project.
Length: Fall Semester 2018/2019, Winter Semester 2018/2019
Audience: Capstone Students
Themes: needs assessment, research, intergenerational collaboration, education resources, art based learning, environmental racism, social justice
YWCA, Girl Guides, GirlsLink, MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning, SuperNOVA, Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation, Leading for a Sustainable Future, Dalhousie University