The goal of Sauvé Encore! is to build on the skills and ideas Sauvé Fellows were exposed to during their time at Sauvé House. It is designed to contribute to their learning evolution, focusing particularly on how they can amplify their impact. Fellows will leave Montreal with a strong connection to the Foundation and each other after a week of collective learning, active reflection and strengthened leadership skills. The program is organized around one particular issue or theme, chosen on the basis of the relevant areas of convergent interest amongst Alumni.
“Sauvé Encore has been a truly transformative experience. I now feel motivated to tackle bigger challenges. I feel inspired by the new connections and the possibilities of collaboration with other Fellows on various projects. And I feel supported and confident about my future.” – Özlem ElgÜn Tillman (2006-07), Sauvé Encore! 2014
The Sauvé Encore! 2014 program was held from November 6-9th, 2014. The first edition of this alumni-oriented outreach activity brought together ten Fellows from seven cohorts, representing ten different nationalities. Together they addressed the theme Tools for Amplifying Impact. Distinguished guest speakers included the Right Honourable Paul Martin, Elizabeth May and Céline Galipeau (2014 Jeanne Sauvé Address Keynote Speaker). For more information on the first edition of Sauvé Encore!, check out Sauvé Encore! 2014 – It’s a wrap!
Sauvé Encore! 2015 was held from May 9-16th, 2015, and brought together thirteen Fellows representing nine different cohorts and eleven different nationalities. Sauvé Encore! participants were actively engaged in a full week of rich programming aimed at further amplifying impact and public leadership skills. Fellows led inspiring workshops on youth engagement, social media, crowdsourcing, storytelling and cross-cultural collaboration – documented in a Sauvé Encore! Photo Essay – while also participating in unique leadership encounters with the Honourable Jean Charest, Robert Greenhill, Senior Fellows and leading experts in advocacy and cultural diversity.