March 22nd , 2019
10am-12pm at Rideau Park (2203 Alta Vista Drive)
(Use Cunningham Ave doors and look for signs to The Parlour)
This event was co-hosted by the Ottawa Eco-Talent Network (OETN) and featured tools and opportunities for ENGOs who want to work with post-secondary institutions. The event provided an update on the “Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement” (CFICE) program in partnership with Carleton University. A new post-secondary brokerage Directory & Maping Tool was publicly launched at this event!
Slides & Links from the session:
Ottawa Eco Talent Network Overview – John Karau:
OETN Partnership Overview- Kristina Inrig:
OETN Website with Database and Kumu Visualization Links here.
Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement Project (as discussed by Peter Andree from Carleton)
Online Toolkit for Post-Secondary Engagement (as discussed by Adje Vandesande from Carleton – hosted by the Centre for Studies on Poverty and Social Citizenship)
Community-Campus Engage Canada Website
Additional photos from the day:
You should attend this event if you work with or would like to work with student volunteers, co-op placements, interns, and course participants at post-secondary institutions such as Carleton University, University of Ottawa, and Algonquin College. Learn how this process can be streamlined for your organization and help OETN re-envision their role in the local ENGO community.
As always, there is an opportunity at all NCENN meetings to share your materials and announce any key events or partnership opportunities so please bring your materials, business cards, and any short announcements to share.
Venue is accessible and located close to transit routes and stations. Free parking on-site and street parking nearby.