Four intrapreneurs share how they drive social change from inside organizations

Why It Matters

Lasting impact can happen when organizations empower and encourage young leaders to create bold change from within. They help build stronger communities, increase economic opportunity and growth, and improve the quality of life of Canadians. A deeper understanding of young intrapreneurs’ stories will help the social impact sector thrive.

There’s a mentorship gap in Canada. Here’s how — and why — to close it.

Why It Matters

Young people who are mentored are 53 percent more likely to report good mental health, and more than twice as likely to report a strong sense of belonging in their community. At a time when youths’ mental wellbeing and career prospects are limited by the pandemic, an equitable recovery requires a stronger culture of mentorship across the country.

8 big ideas for encouraging young Canadians to fight against gender inequity

Why It Matters

Studies have shown that COVID-19 could set back progress on domestic and global gender equity by decades. From an increase in gendered violence to rising unemployment rates among women, it’s more important now than ever to fight against gender inequity.

The Youth and Philanthropy Initiative is thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic — here’s how

Why It Matters

YPI offers students the chance to not only learn about issues within their community, but see the impact that philanthropy has on local charities. Many school-based programs are currently shut down to the pandemic at a time when charities are needed more than ever, but YPI’s model is quite resilient.