Workshops, programs, and events for the lifelong learner and adventurer (ages 18+)
Workshops and after school programs for motivated students and future leaders (ages 14+)
Activities and experiences for the young at heart - and in age! (ages 6+)
Learning experiences for the whole family! KINdling events are for people of all ages to come together and learn with and from each other.
“That the powerful play goes on, and that you may contribute a verse.”
This workshop series is intended for the high school student interested in learning more about themselves and how they can leave their mark on the world around them.
Student innovators explore the intersection between design thinking for problem solving and leadership, and are introduced to a series of interdisciplinary challenges to explore their priorities, values, and leadership perspectives.
Students will explore topics as they relate to science, engineering, art, design thinking, and creativity. By the program's end, students will have a tangible grasp on how proficiency in their chosen field, along with a focus on personal growth, can be used to solve the critical challenges of our time and affect positive change in their community and beyond.
Sample activities that students will participate in include an assessment of their personal values and leadership approaches, using industry principles such as universal design to participate in design challenges, stakeholder simulation activities and strategies for team building, teaching, and learning.
Whether you have big dreams or are struggling make plans for next year, these sessions are designed to help you chart your own course and develop strategies for success.
Dates: February 6-April 3, 8 weeks
Time: 4:30-6:30pm, weekly
Location: Braincubator HQ, 67 Taunton Road, Toronto
Cost: $350 + HST
Pinecone Project x Braincubator's Leadership by Design program is intended for students in grades 9-12 interested in making their mark in the world and exploring the intersection between design thinking for problem solving and leadership.
Participate in deep leadership exploration typically reserved fro mid-career professionals to CEO's - before you finish high school!
Students will engage in a guided examination of values and the role these play in your everyday - and future - life.
Consider the critical role of design, no matter what career direction you're headed: these strategies have a role in the creative sector, business, law and beyond.
Students will learn about standard practices in STEM industries, such as universal design principles, and apply them to design challenges.
Take the time to develop a suite of problem-solving skills to propel to you the next level.
Creativity will be put to the test as students practice solving problems while taking into consideration client needs and constraints.