Category: Guest Speakers for the Class
Speaker opportunities for schools, teachers, and students by local Manitobans, local organizations that offer classroom or school workshops, and visitors to Winnipeg involved in international development that could speak to classes or schools.
SPEAKER: Webinar for Schools: Halloween, Chocolate, and the Ghostly Cocoa Industry
EVENT: Fairtrade Month, May 2018
IDEA & TOOLS: Coding in the Classroom
SPEAKER: Climate Change Connection
EVENT: Getting Back Up: Resilient Women in the Face of Violence (panel)
SPEAKER: Mediation Services, for students or PD Days
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SPEAKER: The Lake Winnipeg Foundation
SPEAKER: Siloam Mission – Visit them or they can visit you!
Siloam Mission is a Winnipeg organization that alleviates hardships and provides opportunities for change for those affected by homelessness. Book a speaker for your class by contacting
SPEAKER: ADRA – disaster relief, primary health, economic development, and more
MB Environmental Youth Network: Resources for Environmental Education
The Manitoba Environmental Youth Network is a great source of information on teaching and promoting environmental issues. They have an excellent section on Resources which describes how to go about fundraising and applying for grants, and gives great ideas for Take Action projects
IDEA: Volunteer in Manitoba!
Volunteer Manitoba is a great resource for youth looking for volunteer opportunities. You can search through the list of opportunities available by organization or volunteer activity to find the right fit for you! There are many benefits to volunteering! Volunteers can discover new skills, talents and interests, build self-esteem through … Continue Reading IDEA: Volunteer in Manitoba!
SPEAKER: Canadian Foodgrains Bank – food security and agriculture
Youth Engagement Coordinator, Roberta Gramlich, is happy to come speak to your class about the Canadian Foodgrains Bank and related issues. Feel free to contact her: