Do you need a summer job?

The Ministry of Government Services’ Youth and New Professionals Secretariat is currently accepting applications for the 2013 Summer Employment Opportunities Program (SEO). Over 4,000 student positions will be available throughout the province through the 2013 Summer Employment Opportunities Program (SEO). Key Dates Posting Period 2: March 8th - March 22nd, 2013 Target Audience: Post-Secondary and High School students. Some positions posted during... Continue Reading →

Volunteer Opportunity: Toronto Youth Day

The largest festival of its kind is coming to Toronto! Youth day is a family festival that takes place at Yonge-Dundas Square and attracts more that 30,000 people who come to see over 100 acts in Music, Art,Dance & Photography. If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity. Please take a look at this Information Package.... Continue Reading →

Mark Bryce Best Practice

At the last E-CSLIT Meeting Mark Bryce from St. Martin de Porres delivered some of his best practices, to learn how to avoid to make Relationship Bank Account Deposits download a copy of his PowerPoint HERE 5 Emotional Cancers 1.Competing 2.Complaining 3.Contending 4. Comparing 5. Criticising “Life’s most urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” - Martin Luther... Continue Reading →

December Virtue of the Month – Charity

VIRTUE OF THE MONTH CHARITY Thursday December 6, 2012 Every month at our E-CSLIT meetings, we highlight our board’s virtue of the month.  This month’s virtue is CHARITY. At the beginning of each E-CSLIT meeting, Michael Consul gives a short speech about the monthly virtue.  Here it is below for your reference.  Feel free to use, copy,... Continue Reading →

Mini WE DAY @ St. Ursula

On November 29th, students in grades four to eight took part in St. Ursula’s very first mini We Day. There were many fun activities such as, learning the We Day dance, watching our students speak about various causes related to Me to We, watching other students perform cultural dances and viewing slideshows. Overall, we had... Continue Reading →


On the last day of SMILE Camp the mentors were awake early preparing the fire for the sunrise ceremony. Students wrote personal intentions and put them in the fire through the sacred ceremony. Here’s the SMILE Camp process: 1. Pre-Camp Leadership Training (1/2 day at the CEC) CHECK 2. Leadership Formation (3 days at Camp... Continue Reading →

iLITE 2013 Registration!

Teachers, to register your school fill out this FORM Tuesday. January 29th - Father John Redmond Wednesday. January 30th - James Cardinal McGuigan Thursday. January 31st - St. Patrick Blessed Mother Teresa - Friday. February 1st Teachers, to register your school fill out this FORM


As a SMILE Camp Leader I pledge that I will Use my gifts and talents To help my neighbour Better my school And serve my community By showing love and compassion Challenging the status quo Inspiring others Empowering our followers Modeling the way And celebrating our successes Above all, I will SMILE As my team... Continue Reading →


If you missed the pictures from Day 1 Click HERE Day 2 of SMILE camp started off with our 80's Mentors warming up for a jam packed day! As our second day of SMLE came to a close Merle Gonzalvez led another amazing meditation. Lights out 11:30, early wake up for the sunrise ceremony!


On Sunday,November 25th, 60 elementary students, 5 High school mentors,  11 teacher facilitators, and 11 teachers supervisors from across the Toronto Catholic District School Board along with 9 police officers from the Toronto Police Service trekked to Camp George in Parry Sound for the Students & Staff Maximizing Inter-Community Leadership Experience (SMILE). Through this camp experience students are able... Continue Reading →

Blog at

Up ↑