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PSYL 2020 – we hope to see you in 2021

PSYL 2020 – we hope to see you in 2021

By Marija Uzunova Dang, Experiential Education Coordinator, PSYL Director At a time when the campus is usually buoyant with enthusiasm and the anticipation of finishing exams, making the most of the time left in the academic year, graduation preparations we are also...
PSYL sparks a passion for the UWC movement

PSYL sparks a passion for the UWC movement

The dining hall on campus is a place where you share food, memories and stories. It is also a place to uncover new stories, like we did when we ran into a familiar face amongst the Pearson Seminar on Youth Leadership (PSYL) animators on a sunny day during lunchtime...
Two Serendipitous Encounters…

Two Serendipitous Encounters…

The question was fairly simple, not to mention obvious. Why are you, Kacey Wilson, spending time on the Pearson campus this summer? But the answer was delightful — and spoke volumes about the cross-pollination of ideas and the commitment to student health and...
When UNICEF meets PSYL

When UNICEF meets PSYL

What do UNICEF, PSYL and Pearson College UWC have in common? Well, for one thing, alumnus John Nsabimana (YR31/ 2006, Rwanda). One of the highlights of this year’s Pearson Seminar on Youth Leadership (PSYL) summer program was a day that brought together seven external...
Supported, Challenged, Inspired at PSCL

Supported, Challenged, Inspired at PSCL

The first ever Pearson Seminar on Collaborative Leadership (PSCL), a program for adults, developed by Kelsey Cham, Rebekah Parker and Kathryn Mc Cabe after the hugely successful youth program PSYL, is coming to an end and we went and met with the team to hear what...