Expedition to Community (E2C)

Expedition to Community (E2C) is a youth-led service program that is grounded in, and supported by, community.

 

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Expedition to Community (E2C) is a new program supporting youth-led community service projects in five communities across Inuit Nunangat. SOI is collaborating with these Northern communities, community partners and local program coordinators to deliver the program.

Select a region below to read updates and learn more about the initiatives currently in development:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


IN THE NEWS

“Students on Ice get $660,000 funding to bolster North-South youth opportunities” by Sam C. Lab
See picture of article here

“Students on Ice launches Inuit community initiative” by Kahlan Miron

https://nunatsiaq.com/stories/article/students-on-ice-launches-inuit-community-initiative/

“Inuit Nunangat youth to develop community initiatives with new federal funding” by Michele LeTourneau, Nunavut News

https://nunavutnews.com/uncategorized/inuit-nunangat-youth-to-develop-community-initiatives-with-new-federal-funding/ 

“660 000 $ À STUDENTS ON ICE” by Le Droit
http://ledroit.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/showarticle.aspx?&article=f53de67b-681c-47d0-b918-13c7f82cda4e&viewmode=2&page=8

New service opportunities for Canadian youth in the North” by Employment and Social Development Canada
https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/news/2019/04/new-service-opportunities-for-canadian-youth-in-the-north.html

New service opportunities for Canadian youth in the Northby Indigenous Lands & Resources Today

http://www.ilrtoday.ca/new-service-opportunities-for-canadian-youth-in-the-north/


Hosted by the Students on Ice Foundation, funding for E2C is provided by Canada Service Corps and reflects the Government of Canada’s commitment to promote civic engagement and build capacity in the North. E2C builds on SOI’s partnerships and development opportunities to foster youth leadership and community service across Inuit Nunangat.

Students on Ice is proudly supported by bv02.

This website was made possible by a generous contribution from the Leacross Foundation.