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Calling All Mentors: Empower Student MSAs Across Canada! 


We are on a mission to create vibrant Muslim Student Associations (MSAs) in schools across Canada, and we need your mentorship to make it happen!

As a mentor, you play a vital role in providing students with a safe space to socialize, pray, host Jumma, and organize empowering fundraising and social events within their schools and communities locally and globally.

 Your guidance will help cultivate an environment of community building, fostering inclusivity and understanding.


What We Envision:

  • Safe Spaces: Create environments where students feel comfortable expressing their identities and beliefs.

  • Prayer Spaces: Facilitate a space for daily prayers and Jumma prayers, ensuring students have a spiritual refuge within their educational journey.

  • Empowering Events: Guide students in organizing impactful fundraising and social events that contribute to the well-being of their communities.

  • Community Building: Support initiatives that strengthen the sense of unity and understanding within the school community.

Why Mentor with Us:

  • Impactful Contribution: Make a lasting impact on students' lives by empowering them to create positive change.

  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded mentors and educators through workshops designed for mutual learning and collaboration.

  • Supporting Diversity and Inclusion: Champion diversity and inclusion by fostering an environment where every student feels valued and heard.

How You Can Get Involved:

Sign up to be a mentor and join our workshops to network, share experiences, and discover how your mentorship can empower students in their educational journey.

Together, let's build a network of strong MSAs, creating spaces that nurture academic growth and cultivate a sense of community, understanding, and empowerment.

Ready to make a difference? Sign up now and be part of a movement that empowers the leaders of tomorrow!

Thank you for being a beacon of guidance and support for students across Canada.

Warm regards,

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