Youth are key to making real social change. Here’s what they need to thrive in your organization.

Three young impact leaders share concrete ways organizations can better support youth on their teams

Why It Matters

Young people have ideas and mindsets that can address the toughest social challenges Canada faces. But they’re too often unheard, underestimated, and overworked within social impact organizations.

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