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Transformative leadership development for high-potential students
Expertly-designed, hands-on educational programs for students who want to perform at a higher level
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Pathfinder™: Self-Discovery & Career Direction
Before you invest into an education or a career, invest 1% in ensuring you’re making the right choice. Discover yourself and define your future through this proven, personalized program.
GLA Future Leaders™ Program
Our year-long, part-time youth leadership program selects a handful of exceptional students for a rigorous journey—outside of school— towards extraordinary growth and real-world achievement.
Alumni Success Stories
Best-selling authors, non-profit founders, scholarship recipients, and more
Stephanie hails from Oakville having attended King’s Christian Collegiate. Through her time at GLA, Stephanie launched Canada’s first and only non-profit wheelchair tennis program, called Aces on Wheels, which brings the sport to hundreds of people across Ontario. She also became a finalist in the renowned TD Community Leadership scholarship and was a winner of a RBC Scholarship valued at $2,500. Scholarship for Stephanie currently attends the Queen’s Commerce program and obtained an internship after first year with Cisco Systems.
“Joel has shown me the results of passion combined with work. I now do what I love while striving the make a difference in the world.”
Justin attended the GLA program in 2017/18. During that time, he launched a social media consulting organization called Byte Social Media, began building a consumer fintech application, obtained the highest mark in his Graphics Design and Technological Design courses at school, and captained three sports teams. Justin won Queen’s University’s prestigious Chancellor’s Award, valued at $36,000 over four years.
“The GLA program is a very intensive process, but what you get out of it is truly invaluable, and will last a lifetime.”
Harsh completed the GLA program from 2017/18. During this time, he became an expert in personal finance. He wrote and self-published a book on Amazon titled “Moolah: The Ultimate Guide to Personal Finance for Teenagers”. The book quickly became a best-seller across three categories. Harsh also obtained a role as the Partnerships Lead at a fast-growing Canadian fintech startup called MoneySmarts. Harsh was admitted to Queen’s Commerce.
“As a student I would limit myself to doing just what was asked of me, but as my mentor, Joel pushed me to think outside the box and gave me a platform to accomplish great things.”
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Are you ready to take things to the next level?
Since 2014, our Academy has developed some of Canada's top young leaders, from best-selling authors, non-profit founders, successful entrepreneurs, award recipients, and more.
You'll grow more, do more, see more, and achieve more with GLA than ever before. That's our promise, and we always deliver.