Jack Summit

 

On February 27-28, 2015 unleash the noise at Canada's only national student-led mental health innovation summit.

Young people recognize that it’s time to start doing things a little differently. And who better to develop workable, sustainable initiatives for change than students themselves? That’s why Jack Summit is student inspired, student-organized, and student led.
 
Summit SpeakerEach year, Jack Summit brings together some of the best and brightest young leaders from universities, colleges and high schools across Canada to transform the way we think about mental health. It’s more than just a conference – it’s a student-led movement to change the way that we think and talk about mental health.
 
On February 27th and 28th, 2015, 200 students from every province and territory in Canada will gather at the MaRS Discovery District in downtown Toronto to develop innovative strategies and create one powerful voice for mental health. Join us, and let’s unleash some noise.
 

 

Key Details

When:
Friday, February 27, 2015 - Saturday February 28, 2015
Where:
MaRS Discovery District - Toronto, Ontario
Cost:
FREE – not only is there no cost to attend the summit, we will cover your travel costs from anywhere in Canada to Toronto and up to two nights accommodations. We do ask that all attendees fundraise towards a minimum goal of $100 to help offset the costs of the summit.  We will provide you with online and offline fundraising tools to help you meet that goal.
 

Videos

Jack Summit 2015 Trailer

 
2014 Summit Recap Video2014 Summit RecapWatch the recap video of the 2014 summit to see what it's like to be a Jack Summit delegate.
Jack Summit 2015 - Meet the TeamMeet the 2015 TeamMeet the student team behind the 2015 summit.
 
 

Delegate Applications are now open!

Represent your school at Jack Summit, a massive two day event where you'll work with fellow student leaders to create change in your peers, your community and this country as a whole. You'll have the opportunity to connect with young passionate leaders like yourself, learn from others who are making a difference in their community, and create new mental health initiatives to take back to your school.