Wayfinders Survival Gear Guide
Wayfinders Students with Karen Cornelius
Program: Youth WITH ART
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About Wayfinders Manitoba
Based in the Elwick neighbourhood of the Maples, Wayfinders is a mentorship and outreach program that aims to provide that chance to high-school-aged students who might not otherwise get it. They support students in their high school journey and provide the encouragement so many need to graduate and make successful transitions to post-secondary experiences. Dedicated program staff and volunteer mentors help kids build strong self-image, establish goals, explore career and life interests, and learn to give back through community service. They encourage students to achieve their potential, and work tirelessly alongside them to ensure they have the tools they need to make a difference.
One kid at a time, Wayfinders is leading young people to a future of promise and possibility.
About Karen Cornelius
Karen Cornelius is a printmaker and new media artist. She sees her work contributing to an ongoing contemporary dialogue on identity and belonging. She has a BFA from Moor College of Art in Philadelphia and has exhibited locally, nationally and internationally. She also has travelled extensively for residencies, exhibitions, collaborative endeavors and art education projects across Canada and around the world.