Ca.pture Youth Council Application Form
We are looking for youth ages 12-18 to join our Youth Council to help design a workshop series focused on creating better conversations on cyber-bullying and youth. Youth Council members will work with Mozilla staff to help create a 4-part workshop series that can be used in high school settings to encourage youth and educators to approach cyber-bullying with more youth-focused perspective.
About Ca.pture
Hive Toronto is partnering with the YWCA Toronto and Youth Empowering Parents to launch the Ca.pture Project. Ca.pture is a youth-driven, storytelling that captures cyberbullying experiences of GTA teens. The aim of the project is to capture stories of how cyberbullying has affected communities in Toronto and create tools to help educators and youth have better conversations around the issue.

The Ca.pture project launches in September 2016 and ends in June 2017 with our youth council sharing their experiences about the project with educators and youth in their communities. The final result is that all participating youth council members will be contributing a facilitation guide where other educators and youth can bring the Ca.pture project to their schools and communities.

Hive Toronto Youth Council Benefits
- Work with Mozilla to create workshops and tools on cyberbullying
- Learn to code using Mozilla’s Thimble tool
- After completion of the project, all Youth Council members receive a letter of recommendation and a gift card honorarium to thank them for their participation
- Between the ages of 12-18
- Interested in learning how to facilitate a workshop in your community
- Passionate about making a difference in your community
- Interested in learning how to code for a safe space on the web and co-design tools for other youth and educators in your community
- Available to participate in four weekend design sessions (via in-person or video conference):

1. October 22nd, Saturday - 10.30am - 2.30pm
2. November 5th, Saturday - 10.30am - 2.30pm
3. November 19th, Saturday - 10.30am - 2.30pm
4. December 3rd, Saturday - 10.30am - 4.30pm

- Lunch and transportation will be provided to participating youth.

First Name
Date of Birth
What is cyber-bullying to you?
What are three (3) skills you would bring to this project?
What do you hope to learn/gain from the Ca.pture program?
Do you require any accessibility accommodations? (e.g. food allergies and/or sensitivities, interpreters, accessible bathrooms, etc.)
Anything else you'd like us to know?
Hive Toronto Contact
Please feel free to contact Flora for additional questions and/or alternative methods of applying.

Flora Shum,
Project Co-ordinator | 647.868.2258

Office Hours:
Monday and Thursday, 10am to 3pm
366 Adelaide Street West, Suite 500
Toronto, ON. M5V 1R9

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