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Q&A on Integrating the Arts with Engagement

Posted by Melanie Kapogines on May 4, 2021

During the webinar – Making the Case for Arts-Based Engagement with Hiba Abdullah and Chris Pandolfi – a number of questions were asked about how to involve youth authentically, how to shift funding expectations, and whether the arts can be used for internal organizational processes? Here are the responses to those questions.

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Being Adult Allies to a Courageous Generation

Posted by Sarah Precious on April 29, 2021

There have been many important articles written about how COVID-19 is affecting the mental health of our youth. Statistical data reports, youth-led articles, parent editorials and social media that has been sharing the youth story with the world since March 2020.

What we can’t lose sight of, is how we as adult ally’s, can actively hold space and come alongside youth in support. Allies, who are ready to partner with youth in this difficult time.

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Tamarack Institute Co-Founder and Co-CEO Paul Born set to retire.

Posted by Tamarack Institute on April 27, 2021

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An Introduction to Myriam Bérubé

Posted by Myriam Bérubé on April 27, 2021

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When I heard of Tamarack’s wish to grow in Quebec from the inside out, I thought this was truly exciting and very promising. So much that I’ve recently joined the team as Consulting Director for Québec to contribute my skills and experience to this work.

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What is Social Capital and How Do You Build it?

Posted by Heather Keam on April 21, 2021

Have you ever gone to a conference, workshop or event, met new people who had similar ideas, and passions and continued that relationship beyond the event? That is an example of social capital.  What about job hunting? Have you heard the saying that it is not what you know, it is whom you know? That is social capital.

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Local Business Benediction

Posted by Jonathan Massimi on April 19, 2021

In this COVID economy, some local businesses have been able to weather the storm, while others have been swept away by the waves. Even in a non-pandemic year, it’s a tough go. This is something I learned from my hometown, where, in 2012, the typical lifespan of a new business was two years. As a parish, we wanted to do something to help, so we started what came to be known as “Businesses We Love.”

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