Local Champions Project # LocalChampionsProject

The Centre for Connected Communities, in collaboration with the City of Toronto and George Brown College, is excited to announce open applications for the 2018 cohort of The Local Champions Project.

Each of Toronto´s Neighburhood Improvement Areas and Emerging Neighbourhoods is unique. In pursuit of a thriving, equitable and engaged community, each must develop their own priorities and act on their own initiatives. Local resident leaders are key players in building strong communities and hold a lot of the wisdom necessary for success.

As an interactive learning experience with practicum and networking opportunities, the Local Champions Project was created to increase and amplify the impact of resident leaders.

APPLY NOW: http://cityoftoronto.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/suzanne/local-champions/

Application deadline: February 17, 2018


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