Have an interest in building a better Edmonton, working with a group of engaged peers, and developing valuable leadership skills? We're seeking three engaged and highly motivated people to join the NextGen Committee!
The numbers are in! City Jam 2017 was a great success, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the many fantastic volunteers who attended. A Tribe Called Red, along with Karimah and nêhiyawak, put on a sold-out show for local volunteers who committed at least 10 hours towards an Edmonton non-profit or charity.
For Matt Roper, Pecha Kucha Night 27 was a milestone in more ways than one. On that February evening, Matt presented his idea on bringing connectivity, design, and warmth into our river valley in the form of Winter River Pavilions.
We’ll be hosting our popular Meaet event on November 1, 2017. For those not in the know, Meaet invites local entrepreneurs to pitch their idea to the audience. The entrepreneur with the best idea, as voted by the audience, will take home money from the ticket sales to help start their brilliant project. Here’s our five reasons why you don’t want to miss out on this special event!
Through various events, initiatives, and leadership opportunities, Edmonton’s NextGen fosters young leaders and helps to build Edmonton as a City that the next generation is proud to call home. Edmonton NextGen is looking for two volunteers to join the NextGen Committee.
We kicked off NextGen month last week with the latest edition of Pecha Kucha Night at the Maclab Theatre inside the Citadel. It was a special PKN, hosted as part of the City of Edmonton’s Reconciliation Week, celebrating the second anniversary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Final Report.