Congratulations to the ELGP 2020 Graduates!

Last week, we congratulated the ELGP graduates of 2020 with our first ever virtual graduation.  Unsurprisingly, it has been a very unique ELGP experience this year.  We were fortunate that participants got to start their program as normal, with their breakfast launch, site visits and weekend retreat all occurring in person.  However, participants were challenged to adapt in the second half of the program as we moved to delivering completely online – online workshops, online team meetings, online panel sessions as well as an online graduation!

Please find below their wrap up of the 2020 experience via podcast. 

 

ELGP Group Projects

The participants have worked very hard to create five exceptional projects that will be added to the online resource toolkit.  You may download and distribute them here.

Well done to participants! 

Your dedication, expertise and passion for the community sector is inspiring. I know you will make exceptional board directors.

Thank you too to the wonderful Community Partners who made the program possible.

Alicia Curtis

Program Facilitator

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