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2051 Challenge

Register for the 2051 Challenge on April 7-9, 2017 in Montreal. Learn more here. And view the past work of 2051 here.

Register for the 2017 National Leaders Conference - Academics

April 9 - 11, 2017.
Register here

Leadership Institute

Register for the upcoming Spring and Summer Leadership Institute. Learn More & Register

2016 CAIS Webinar Recordings

Watch our International Fundraising, Governance Series, National Student Panel on Supporting LGBTQ+ Students, 2015 KPI Benchmarking Overview and our Review on Executing Accreditation Pilot Surveys webinars in CAIS Connect.
Access webinars here

Register for upcoming webinars here

2016 NLC Resources now available

Both the Catalytic Conversations on the Future of Education - Summary Report and the workshop material is now in CAIS Connect.
Access the Summary Report and Workshop Material

New PD model

Anne-Marie speaks to moving forward with a new national PD model with the creation of one national conference. Watch the Video

2015 CAIS Accreditation Guidelines

Review the new CAIS Accreditation Guidelines that are being piloted this school year. We welcome your feedback!

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Philip Lloyd


Coordinator Middle School Leadership Camp 2016 National Leaders Conference 2017
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Philip recently joined the CAIS team to lead the Middle School Leadership Camp and the National Leaders Conference. He is currently completing his Master's of Teaching at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto. Most recently, Philip was the Vice President of University Affairs for the Alma Mater Society at Queen's University. In this position, he oversaw all academic, political, and student life matters across campus, was an executive on the AMS Board of Directors, and served as a steering committee member within the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance. Philip received his BA(H) from Queen's, while also serving as the President of the Concurrent Education Students' Association. Philip was a "survivor" (10 years) at Crescent and recently begin a two year term on the Alumni Executive. He loves to run, spend time at the cottage, and read history.

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