MCYU FACILITATOR TRAINING PROGRAM

MCYU in the City Workshop Facilitator Training Program for McMaster Students

MCMASTER STUDENTS:

Develop your ability to turn complex concepts into engaging and interesting educational material and enhance your communication skills through hands-on learning by becoming an MCYU in the City facilitator.

Learn INNOVATIVE teaching approaches! DESIGN and PRESENT engaging WORKSHOPS for YOUTH and their families based on your work here at McMaster!

Our TWO NEW COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, 3 UNIT COURSES offered in the fall and winter allow for the development of excellent leadership, project management, communication, community engagement and teaching skills.

MCYU in the City facilitators work in interdisciplinary teams of 4-6 students to develop an engaging, hands-on-workshop targeted to community youth aged 7-14 and their families. Facilitators have the opportunity to network, not only with faculty, but members of various community groups, schools and city officials.

If you are a McMaster Student and would like to learn more, read our course descriptions and see how to become an MCYU in the City Workshop Facilitator.

McMaster Children & Youth University

If you have any questions or are
interested in having MCYU at a place near you, feel free to contact us



Our mailing address is:
McMaster Children and Youth University
1280 Main Street West, HSC-3N11c-j
Hamilton, On L8S 4K1
Canada

Phone: 905-521-2100 ext. 73790
Email: mcyu@mcmaster.ca

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    MCYU Event Calendar

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    January
    • 23

      Online Lecture: Building Better Bones (with Dr. Janet Pritchard)

      11:00 AM-12:00 PM
      January 23, 2021

      MCYU presents: 'Building Better Bones' a Virtual Lecture with Dr. Janet Pritchard. Have you ever broken a bone? Ever wonder if there are things you can do when you’re young to make your bones as strong as possible to prevent broken bones later in life? Join Dr. Pritchard to discover things you can do NOW to make sure your bones stay healthy and keep you standing tall for life!

      About this event:

      Have you ever broken a bone? Ever wonder if there are things you can do when you’re young to make your bones as strong as possible to prevent broken bones later in life? Join Dr. Pritchard to discover things you can do NOW to make sure your bones stay healthy and keep you standing tall for life!

      This online lecture will take place on zoom. To receive the zoom link to the live, online lecture you must register through Eventbrite. You will be sent a link to the event by email prior to the event date on Saturday, January 23, 2021

      About Dr. Janet Pritchard

      Dr. Pritchard is an Assistant Professor at McMaster University. The focus of her PhD and postdoc work was on the assessment of bone quality in older adults with type 2 diabetes, the assessment of frailty in clinical practice, and on the use of electronic decision support systems for the dissemination of clinical practice guidelines. Dr. Pritchard teaches in the Life Sciences and Kinesiology Programs at McMaster University.

      Ages: 7-14 (whole family welcome)

      Cost: FREE

      Date and Time:

      Sat, 23 January 2020

      11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

      Location:

      Online Event

      Register Now!
       

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