CSSDP is looking for chapters and volunteers to host a 2 hour Youth Roundtable to workshop our Cannabis Education Toolkit in December and early January.
Roundtable Facilitation Training
CSSDP is working with the Youth Wellness Network to develop:
- a facilitation guide which will cover the entire cannabis education roundtable for chapters to recreate on their own campus
- a training session for our facilitators on how to effectively lead the discussion.
The training will be a 1.5 hour session which will be video recorded for chapters outside of Toronto.
Since this initiative is funded by an unrestricted grant from Canopy Growth, CSSDP is offering chapters a stipend to organize and carry out these feedback roundtables.
Chapter Roundtable Funding
Each chosen chapter will receive up to $500 for their event (with $100 allocated to each lead facilitator (up to two), and up to $300 for food and rentals). The sessions will be about 2 hours, will be audio recorded, and can be anywhere from 5 to 15 people. The roundtable should include only young people – but this can be chapter members and/or local youth and students.
The facilitation stipends for our leaders will cover:
- Participation in the training session
- Roundtable event coordination
- Facilitation at the event
- A 500 word summary of main themes and feedback received from the event
While we will analyze the recordings in full, we’d also like to hear feedback on the document directly from our members, and we will take this feedback and integrate it into the final document.
For more information on the training sessions or to express interest in hosting a roundtable, do not hesitate to reach out to our personnel liaison Nick at email@example.com, or the coordinator of this initiative, Jenna Valleriani, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A doctoral candidate in Sociology and the Collaborative Addiction Studies at the University of Toronto, Jenna was on the CSSDP board of directors from November 2013, acted as Conference Chair for CSSDP's 2015 conference, was CSSDP representative on the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition steering committee, and volunteers with NORML Canada. Find out more.