CentralEast

Central East

 

This is the heart of the Badlands. Starting at Beaumont, stretching past Leduc, Millet, Wetaskiwin, spanning as far south as Strathmore, and as far east as the Saskatchewan border, Central East Alberta contains some of most attractive and exciting sites in Canada – home to the Dinosaur Provincial Park, fossil country. Of course, Central East also boasts being the birthplace of one of Alberta’s most famous bands, Nickleback!

The communities in this part of the province are incredibly active, involved, and passionate about volunteerism and continuous learning. Through KnowledgeConnector, Volunteer Alberta staff will connect the organizational leaders in Central East Alberta with learning opportunities and to create an even stronger region.

The Central East Blog

Mar
30

Embrace Change and Grow your Passion for Continuous Learning

Posted by: in Central East, Uncategorized

This last year and half has been a wonderful and enlightening experience. I had the opportunity to work with hundreds of […]

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Mar
23

Great Conversation Creates Great Leadership

Posted by: in Central East, Uncategorized

Leadership requires collaboration, teamwork, great interpersonal communications and relationship building skills.  Here at Knowledge Connector we define Relationship Building as […]

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Mar
16

Finding Resources to Enhance Your Leadership

Posted by: in Central East, Uncategorized

It’s no secret, non-profit/voluntary organizations often depend on funding and resources to establish and sustain initiatives and programs that support […]

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