Community Foundation Grey Bruce hosting virtual sessions for young adults

Community Foundation Grey Bruce logo (Blackburn News file photo)

Community Foundation Grey Bruce is hosting two virtual sessions for young adults this week.

The two vital conversation sessions are for young adults aged 18-30 and will focus on the impact of COVID-19, being ready for a changing work environment and economic and holistic wellbeing. The first of the online sessions is tonight (October 20th) and the second is Thursday, October 22. Both run from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. and will be facilitated by Melri and Mike Wright of Ledge Leadership.

The sessions are being supported by RBC Launch and are also supported by Georgian College’s Centre for Change-making and Social Innovation, The Institute of Southern Georgian Bay and the Nuclear Innovation Institute.

To register for free, visit http://www.communityfoundationgreybruce.com.