we want to meet you!

Our Lattitude ambassadors schedule regular information sessions in order to reach out, meet with interested persons face-to-face or online and spread the word about the benefits of taking a Gap Year. If you or your child are interested in one of our programs, attending an information session or tuning in to a broadcast is a great way to get information, ask questions, and possibly meet former volunteers who can tell you what it was like first-hand. We encourage you to take advantage of these sessions. Tell your friends and bring them along! Everyone is welcome and we hope you will leave feeling informed and inspired.


scheduled events

Facebook Live

Event: Live Gap Year Q&A
Date: Tuesday, May 14th 2019
Location: Facebook @LattitudeCanada
Time: 6:00pm PST

kelowna, BC

Event: Lattitude Info Night
Date: Wednesday, May 22nd 2019
Location: UBC Okanagan
Engineering Management and Education Building - Room 1153
1137 Alumni Avenue
Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7
Time: 7:30pm start - 9:00pm
Registration: Sign up here.

Penticton, BC

Event: Lattitude Info Night
Date: Thursday, May 23rd 2019
Location: Okanagan College - Penticton Campus
583 Duncan Avenue West
Room PC202
Penticton, BC V2A 8E1
Time: 7:30pm start - 9:00pm
Registration: Sign up here.


Host an event

If your organisation or school is interested in hosting a Lattitude information session please contact our Community Outreach Coordinator, Zahida Machan at zahida@lattitudecanada.org.


Can’t make it to a presentation?

Below is a recording our our Director, Cam Sylvester, presenting to a group of interested volunteers and family at one of our Vancouver info sessions. Please have a look and share this with anyone you think might need more information or be inspired by our program.

Alternatively, click on the image below to listen to an interview by our Outreach Ambassador Jalyssa Brink speaking with The Truly Modern School, a podcast dedicated to discussing the changing needs of education in a continually changing world. Please share with interested students, educators and parents.