Resiliency Summit 2021

Save the Date

MAY 3-4, 2021

Experience the virtual event from your school community!

What is it?

The 2021 Resiliency Summit is a virtual gathering of Indigenous youth, educators and community members to share activities and celebrate stories and practices around health, wellness and resilience. Students and educators will learn and share with Indigenous artists, athletes, Elders, community members and role models, experiencing various active and creative activities. 

Scheduled virtual activities and sessions will take place on May 4, 2021 with some lead-up activities for your school team to participate in on May 3rd. 

Schools register in teams of 1-2 adults and 5-10 students from grades 6-12.

Registration details coming soon! Check out the agenda and photos from last year's Resiliency Summit to know what to expect!

Resiliency Summit 2019

Thank you to everyone who participated in Resiliency Summit 2019! We hope to see you next time.

View the 2019 Agenda

View the 2019 Photo Album

Greeting letter from the minister of education

Greeting letter from the minister of children's services

Credit mapping toolkit cover

Credit Mapping Toolkit

Since we know that some students could benefit from gaining extra credits or be incentivized to participate if there are credits attached, we have outlined a sample process for awarding credits to high school students for their participation in unique learning opportunities, such as the Resiliency Summit. We hope many students will be able to earn one credit in addition to the many educational takeaways the conference offers!

Resiliency Summit 2021

Rise Up!

May 3-4, 2021

Virtual: Wherever You Are

What is it?

The 2021 Resiliency Summit is a virtual gathering of Indigenous youth, educators and community members to share activities and celebrate stories and practices around health, wellness and resilience. Students and educators will learn and share with Indigenous artists, athletes, Elders, community members and role models, experiencing various active and creative activities. 

Scheduled virtual activities and sessions will take place on May 4, 2021 with some lead-up activities for your school team to participate in on May 3rd. 

Schools register in teams of 1-2 adults and 5-10 students from grades 6-12.

Registration details coming soon! Check out the agenda and photos from last year's Resiliency Summit to know what to expect!

Resiliency Summit 2019

Thank you to everyone who participated in Resiliency Summit 2019! We hope to see you next time.

View the 2019 Agenda

View the 2019 Photo Album

Greeting letter from the minister of education

Greeting letter from the minister of children's services

Credit mapping toolkit cover

Credit Mapping Toolkit

Since we know that some students could benefit from gaining extra credits or be incentivized to participate if there are credits attached, we have outlined a sample process for awarding credits to high school students for their participation in unique learning opportunities, such as the Resiliency Summit. We hope many students will be able to earn one credit in addition to the many educational takeaways the conference offers!

Thank you to our sponsors and partners for making Resiliency Summit 2019 possible:

"I feel that this is an amazing opportunity for my students to grow in their leaderships skills and grow in their culture"