ELEVATING IMPACT! (SOS 10 Year Anniversary - GTA)
Come connect with an inspired community and see how you can help elevate your social impact working with SOS!
Since 2008, SOS’ student leaders have been delivering transformative educational programs across Canada and around the world. Through our work we’ve been enabling equitable, holistic, and inspiring learning opportunities for +250,000 youth!
We’re ringing in the decade by recognizing those who’ve made our work possible and launching a whole new set of programs and partnerships!
Who should attend?
Educators: See how you can support equity in education and assist student leaders on your campus
Business Leaders: Find out how you can build a one of a kind CSR program working with SOS
Global Development Practioners: Learn how SOS is supporting access to education in remote regions in support of SDG 4: Quality Education
Past Volunteers: Celebrate the impact you’ve created and learn about our new Alumni Impact Network
Students: Bond with other volunteers from the SOS network, meet mentors, and showcase what you’re up to
Friends and Family: Hear what your colleagues and loved ones are involved in!
Alok Ajmera (CEO & President, Prophix) and Rob Scott (Founder, Ember Advisory Ltd) discussing why SOS has become a cornerstore of their CSR programs
Sheily Carrillo (Co-Founder, SEED Guatemala), sharing how they turned the dream of a husband and wife into a force for good
Greg Overholt (Founder of SOS), helping recognize some of the incredible alumni who’ve made our work possible
Dmitri Pasricha and Mira Ghadder (Rumie Initiative) explaining how they’re working with SOS to increase digital connectivity in rural regions
Plus student and staff speakers, music, and more
Entry by Donation: Pay What You Can: Suggested amounts to help cover event costs
$0.00- $10.00 for students
$15.00- $25.00 for others
Dress Code: Business Casual / Casual
Food: Snacks provided by the Regent Park Catering Collective
Cash bar will be available
****THANK YOU TO OUR 2018/19 NATIONAL SPONSORS: MINUTE SCHOOL AND THE PRINCETON REVIEW****