Catching the Spirit Youth Society is now accepting applications for the position of Program Supervisor (Mentorvisor). These are seasonal (summer) leadership positions beginning in April through August. Seasonal Program Supervisors will be responsible for carrying out programs at various Metro Vancouver Regional Parks. If you have experience mentoring youth 12 to 18, love nature, outdoor recreation and camping - check it out!
March 25 is Earth Hour - help out climate change, sign up and turn off from 8:30 to 9:30 pm to save energy and help out climate change! WWF's Earth Hour shows how each of us can be heroes for our planet, our home. Our actions today can change our tomorrow - together, let's #ChangeClimateChange Https://www.earthhour.org
Volunteers Required! Help out CTS and Metro Vancouver Regional Parks at the Night Quest Event - Saturday March 25
CTS is recruiting volunteers to help out at the Night Quest event. Volunteers will help CTS with a family friendly craft activity and help Metro Vancouver Regional Parks with set up, clean up and support exhibitors during the event. Join us for this fun, family evening event. CTS will provide snacks and refreshments for all CTS volunteers. Dress warmly and for the weather.
What is CTS in Five? How do you create camp agreements with your team to engage campers and create a fun filled weekend? Join us this Sunday - February 26 as your peers will relate their techniques and experiences and everyone shares ideas! Hosted by the CTS Youth Council. We will also be working on planning CTS fundraisers!
Ready To Get Your Game On! Peer Leader Games Workshop. Join us for a fun afternoon. Learn some CTS skills and games to help you lead camp games more effectively! Support us to help the Surrey Urban Mission - bring a non-perishable food item or a clean, slightly used warm clothing item (socks, gloves, hoodie or jacket) to donate. Be ready to have some fun. Snacks will be provided.
When: Sunday February 5th
Time: 1 to 4pm
Location: Picken House, 6825 Cariboo Road Burnaby BC V3N 4A3
Mental health touches everyone. Help CTS support youth with mental health challenges: Be a champion at your school and start the conversation!
Join the conversation and support Bell's "Lets Talk Day" January 25!
Five Simple ways to end the stigma at your school:
1) Language Matters - think about your words and how they impact another person
2) Educate Yourself - http://letstalk.bell.ca/en/
3) Be Kind and Supportive
4) Listen and ask if you can help
5) Talk about it!
Hi CTSer's - check outh this fun, free creative art project!
My name is Kelly and I'm writing to let you know of a unique and free Interdisciplinary Art Project for Youth ages 14-18 coming up in January. I am one of the co-facilitators, alongside fellow dance artist Rianne Svelnis. The project will be based on my performance work mine. I'm writing to you in hopes that you can share this info with your youth networks. Please see below for the project info: