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Team Sun West (TSW) is excited to present the annual Sun West Student Leadership Conference with this year’s theme of Level Up Your Leadership.
The conference will provide students with opportunities to grow and enhance their leadership skills and is open to all Sun West Grades 7-12 students.
We are excited to again be offering a live event! The conference is taking place at Kindersley Composite School on April 27th, 2023.
To register, tall to your school’s Student Leadership Advisor.
Carla Cuglietta helps people understand that leadership is a mindset, not a status and she loves doing it!
She comes from Edmonton and is a former teacher who has earned a Masters Degree in Global Leadership. She has worked around in over 10 countries including China, India as well as countries in Africa and South America.
Carla founded and is CEO of YoungLeader.World, an organization that helps young people understand leadership and how it applies to their lives. Issues she specializes in include generational leadership, vision setting, values alignment and communications.
Get and idea of what Carla has to offer by watching the video above.
Click here to go to her website.
Corrie J is a Hypnotist and an all-around amazing entertainer who specializes in family-friendly extravaganzas that leave audiences laughing and wanting more. At our conference, Corrie J will be providing a Magical Musical Interaction for all participants so be sure to bring your dancing shoes!
Lyndon J Linklater is a traditional knowledge keeper and storyteller. He has an educational background in Indian Social Work, Indian Studies and some law. He is a citizen of the Thunderchild First Nation (Plains Cree) in Treaty 6 and has roots in Couchiching First Nation (Fort Francis, Ontario) in Treaty 3. Presently, Lyndon shares work with the Remai Modern Art Museum in Saskatoon as their Indigenous Relations Advisor providing advice to their board and staff and delivering cultural programming.
D. Jay McGrath is a former WHL Hockey Player who shares his struggles
with mental health and addiction. D. Jay emphasizes the importance of speaking
out and letting people know if you are struggling. He explains how by keeping
his feelings of depression of anxiety led him down the road to addiction but
how finally opening up about these things put him on the road to recovery.
(Front: left to right) Ava Smith (Beechy), Anthony Santiago (Biggar Central School 2000), Emma Torrens (Kindersley Composite School), Macy McCullough (Kindersley Composite School), Karlee Preston Schwengler (Kindersley Composite School) (Back: left to right) Jayden St. John (Eston Composite School), Bella Baroni (Biggar Central School 2000), Farrah Low (Davidson School), Macy Norrish (Loreburn Central School), Vincent Yakimoski (Loreburn Central School), Syawlalliwi Ronquillo (Eaton School), Ainsley Beattie (Dinsmore Composite School), Josie Boisjoli (Elizabeth Middle School).