U of M students show what leadership looks like to them
Apply today! (Fall)
Program Cost: Free!*
Share your leadership skills with the community!
CLDP will help you develop the foundational knowledge and skills to carry out a community project – from engaging community partners and identifying community needs to planning, implementing, and assessing the project. After the workshop series, participants will carry out a capstone community project through Trick or Eat or Alternative Reading Week Winnipeg.
Students who successfuly complete the program are eligible for recognition on their
Co-Curricular Record (CCR).
Please email if you require a paper application.
*Alternative Reading Week Winnipeg participants volunteering with children or youth are responsible for the cost of obtaining a Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check. Click here for more information.
Updated September 6, 2017
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