Mirrors Programme Partnership with Quantum Learning and SuperCamp Junior Forum

The Mirrors Programme, in collaboration with Quantum Learning Global, proudly presents the much-anticipated 2024 SuperCamp Junior Forum and an exclusive workshop tailored for educators and youth workers. These initiatives aim to empower young minds and equip professionals with innovative strategies for youth development.

The SuperCamp Junior Forum, an interactive 5-day camp, is scheduled from February 12th to February 16th, 2024, between 9am to 5pm at the picturesque Willowbank Resort and offers an engaging platform designed to nurture crucial life skills in students aged 11-13 years (middle school level). Limited to 50 students on a first-come, first-served basis, registration opens on January 8th, 2024, via the link: https://bit.ly/mirrors_supercamp_junior_forum

Moreover, on Saturday, February 10th, 2024, educators and youth workers are invited to the 2024 Educators & Youth Workers Workshop at Willowbank Resort. This rejuvenating experience, from 9am to 3:30pm, comes at an investment of $100, inclusive of lunch, materials, and swag. Registration opens on January 8th, 2024, via the link: https://bit.ly/mirrors_educators_youthworkers_workshop

The workshop aims to equip professionals with valuable insights, innovative approaches, and practical strategies to create an empowering culture that develops the social and emotional capacity of today’s youth. Attendees will:

  • Experience valuable insights and practical strategies
  • Develop young people’s social and emotional capacity
  • Engage with educators and youth workers from around the world
  • Explore innovative approaches to education and youth development
  • Advance their knowledge and skills.

The Minister of Youth, Social Development and Seniors, the Hon.Tinée Furbert, JP, MP, expressed excitement about these initiatives, stating, “The collaboration between the Mirrors Programme and Quantum Learning Global underscores our commitment to fostering opportunities for development among our youth and empowering professionals with the tools necessary to make a lasting impact.” 

“These initiatives aren’t merely events; they represent transformative experiences that will empower both our youth and those who work with youth by elevating their perspective about who they are and their impact on others.” said the Senior Programme Manager, Ms. Kimberley Jackson. 

For further information or inquiries regarding registration, contact the Mirrors Programme at 294-9291 or emailmirrors@gov.bm.

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