Youth learn to Lead, Excel and Demonstrate leadership skills at Moorelands Kids’ LED!
Moorelands Kids offers LED (Lead Excel Demonstrate), an after-school youth leadership program, for youth Grades 6 – 8 at the following schools: Valley Park Middle School, Humber Summit Middle School, Gulfstream Public School.
Participants will have the opportunity to develop the Moorelands Kids Leadership Habits and Qualities, gain confidence and make new friends.
The nine-week program runs in both the Fall and Spring Semesters. There is no fee for the program this year, however, registration is required. Spaces are limited. Applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.
Developing Leadership at LED
Each session at program, participants develop leadership and life skills through fun, hands-on experiences such as:
- Enjoying fun leadership skill-building workshops and games
- Planning activities and volunteering at our BLAST after-school program
- Learning about volunteer opportunities in their community
- Gaining certification in First Aid
- Participating in the Leadership Retreat
Learn more about what goes on at Moorelands Youth LED.
Now I've been to LED I will be able to take responsibility for myself and respect & encourage others.
Jay, LED participant, age 13
The LED and VITAL Leadership Field Trip
The Youth Leadership Field Trip is intended as an opportunity for program participants from our LED and VITAL programs to come together and explore challenges, consolidate leadership learnings and expand their personal networks and community connections.
This retreat, either at a nearby outdoor education centre or at our own Moorelands Camp, gives participants the opportunity to connect with each other, practice the skills they developed over the year and reflect on how they will continue to use their newly honed skills after the end of program.
We enable kids to create connections, build confidence, gain competence and develop character.
The goal of LED is to help young people become leaders in their own lives and communities. Participants learn leadership habits and qualities.