In response to the Coronavirus, OSP’s Youth program will be delivered remotely. Our team will connect with you through email and phone calls. The training sessions will occur via ZOOM.

Diversity Awareness & Skill Building Youth Program

Creating opportunities between youth and the community. OSP assists community-minded youth by supporting them to design a campaign highlighting the importance of diversity. With the goal to provide opportunities for growth, we have developed a program to promote inclusion in Edmonton.

If you identify within the communities of women, indigenous peoples, visible minorities, LGBTQ2+, or persons with disabilities; the Diversity Awareness and Skills Building Youth Program is designed to set the stage for youth (aged 16 – 30) to pursue a self-directed volunteer diversity initiative!

Experience and Education

Interactive sessions to enhance your knowledge and understanding of diversity; from self-discovery workshops to guest speakers and more!


Increase your social network. Become an ”agent for change” while making lifelong friendships with people from diverse backgrounds.

Execution Evaluation

Design your very own initiative, project, or campaign to address diversity/inclusion in your workplace or school such as rallies, anti-bullying campaigns, and diversity celebrations.

Youth will engage in mentorship opportunities to strengthen their knowledge of diverse cultures and collective identities, acquire the knowledge on what it takes to be a strong ally of community support for other marginalized groups, discuss productive ways to manage micro-aggressions and be your own advocate, earn a certificate and possibly work with their school to earn up to 120 volunteer hours and education credits.

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For More Information

To learn more email:


Call: 780 784 7167

To reserve your spot register below

Your community is Diverse, Champion it!

We offer the following to each of you:

  • Live online training sessions,
  • A diversity training certificate,
  • Receive professional references,
  • Engage in community volunteer opportunities

    Employed or in school?
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    16 years of age or older?

    Preferred form of communication

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    Join us and gain knowledge, skills and tools to:

    • Foster community development
    • Educate others about bias and discrimination
    • Understand barriers to inclusion
    • Build professional and personal experiences

    Program components include:

    • Experience to gain new skills
    • Education to build knowledge
    • Engagement with communities
    • Execution to make an impact
    • Evaluation and feedback to grow
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