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Programs Module


Time & Location

  • Time: Saturdays from 10AM-12PM EST

  • Location: Windsor, Toronto, Ottawa

Program details

About Lead Like A Girl:

Lead Like A Girl, a program founded by DYLOTT, aims to be an engaging safe space for Black girls to build a foundation for leadership development, self-confidence and teamwork to become problem solvers within their communities.

Operating under the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), this program is informed by an intersectional framework and interdisciplinary approach.


  • Online Sessions for cohort 2023-2024 will run from October 21 2023 - December 2nd 2023

  • Sessions will run weekly on Saturdays in a Hybrid format

  • Program is of no cost to participants

Program Curriculum:

  • Parliamentary Diplomacy – International Day of the Girl, Senate of Canada trip and project delivery.

  • Introduction to the sport and business of Curling

  • Introduction to STEM-based education: Cyber security, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

  • Mentorship

  • Cohort graduation

Important Dates and Deadlines:

  • Program Recruitment: August 18th - October 1st, 2023

  • Curriculum Launch: October 21th, 2023

  • Mentorship: May 2024

  • Graduation: June 2024

Program Description

The #LeadLikeAGirl program offers an 11-month journey tailored for girls aged 8-17, residing in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

This program is meticulously crafted to cultivate leadership, confidence, and self-efficacy skills. It offers a unique blend of experiences designed to expand their understanding of climate justice, introduce them to unconventional sports, and provide them with introductory French language training.

Participants will have the chance to engage in mentorship with accomplished female leaders from various industries, gaining insights into non-traditional career paths in STEM, gaming, public affairs, business, and the ever-important climate sector, among others.

Furthermore, girls will forge connections with their peers, honing their teamwork, communication, and collaboration skills as they collaborate on a significant project aimed at addressing climate-related challenges within their local communities.

October 2020

Module 1

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