Shad's Quarterly Newsletter

Summer 2023

Participants are geared up for Shad2023!

More than 1300 students start their Shad journey next week at our ShadOnCampus and ShadAnywhere programs.  Follow us on Instagram: @Shadprogram and Twitter: @Shadnetwork to stay informed on campus activities.

Building a Stronger Future Together

We are excited to welcome four new Board Members and a newly appointed Board Chair to the Shad team. These incredible leaders will guide Shad Canada in our next level growth to expand our impact. 

Shad Entrance Scholarship for Black and Indigenous Students

We celebrate the first recipients of Shad’s entrance scholarships. These incredible youth embody the Shad-spirit with overall excellence and community impact. These scholarships are fully funded by Shad and our generous donors. 

Shad Alumni Spotlight

Pride Month

Luna Yin, an LGBTQ2S+ advocate and writer, uses the power of the written word to foster understanding and acceptance. 

National Indigenous History Month 

Robyn Chow, an Indigenous advocate, promotes representation and Indigenous education as a member of the Kiskentamowin Advisory Council.

Embracing Asian Heritage

Nicole Sun and Khushali Shah make a positive impact on their communities by organizing events that showcase cultural pride and inclusivity.  

Canada Wide Science fair

Shad Alum, Isabelle Durepos, Vedant Sheel, and Spencer Pearce gathered in Edmonton along with 10,000 other budding scientists to participate in the Canada-Wide Science Fair. 

Empowering the Next Generation of leaders

Shad Canada and NWMO have joined forces to empower youth in STEAM education. Donors like NWMO are committed to making Shad experiences accessible, relevant, and motivating.

You can make a difference too. Be a part of inspiring the next generation of leaders and changemakers by donating today.

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