• Seanna Davidson

engaging underrepresented youth

resources: tamarack institute


summary: Engaging underrepresented youth can be a challenge to youth serving organizations working across different programs in the community. This series of four webinars highlights how a collective impact approach can be used to improve community outcomes for underrepresented youth. In each of the 20 to 30 minute webinars, listeners will be introduced to a core conditions found in the collective impact framework. Each webinar will describe examples from across Canada and the US in engaging underrepresented youth. Finally, participants will learn about two or three tools designed to make your collective impact approach easier.


This webinar series is sponsored by Employment and Social Development Canada - Learning Branch, and the Tamarack Institute. 

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