Yale students attend leadership conference

Thirteen students from Abbotsford school head to New Brunswick for 32nd annual CSLC

Yale Secondary students received a unique opportunity earlier this month to embark in a life-changing Canadian leadership conference.

Yale Secondary students received a unique opportunity earlier this month to embark in a life-changing Canadian leadership conference.

The Canadian Student Leadership Conference, which ran from Sept. 26 to Oct. 2 in New Brunswick, saw over 1,000 students and teachers take part.

A total of 13 students from Yale attended the 32nd annual conference and participated in various workshops, took part in service work activities as well as learned a great deal from many inspirational keynote speakers such as Tyler Durman and Alvin Law.

To sum up the experience of the conference, students that went used words such as “life-changing, inspirational” and “phenomenal”.

They also stated that new people skills, ideas, refreshed attitudes and positive energy would be brought back to the community from learning done at the conference, impacting it in positive ways.

For more on the event, visit cslc-ccle2016.com.



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