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Attend a 4 day, ALL EXPENSES PAID, Sikh Youth leadership institute

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Attend a 4 day, ALL EXPENSES PAID, leadership institute in Ottawa, Ontario.

Are you between the age of 18-26, and a resident of Canada? Then apply to the 3rd annual Sikh Youth Leadership Institute (SYLI)! The third annual SYLI will be held from August 11-14, send your resume, and a one page cover to info@worldsikh.org by June 30, 2017. 
Successful applicants will be provided advocacy and leadership training in emotional intelligence, political advocacy, community building and social justice. Our successful applicants will then also be provided with lifelong mentoring and support in becoming leaders in their own communities across Canada.

Graduates will become activists and leaders for not only Sikhs, but Canadian society in general. Attend a 4 day, all expenses paid, leadership institute in Ottawa, Ontario. 
More Information at http://www.worldsikh.org/syli.

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