Felisha Teja: Windsor student receives Duke of Edinburgh Award

Felisha Teja: Windsor student receives Duke of Edinburgh AwardSource: Maria Spitale-Leisk for North Shore News

Windsor Secondary graduating student Felisha Teja was presented by Gov. Gen. David Johnston the prestigious Gold Level of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in a special ceremony at the Ismaili Centre in Burnaby on June 2.

The ‘Duke of Ed’ is an international self-development leadership program available to young people ages 14-24, regardless of background, circumstances or abilities.

[…] Teja spent multiple years volunteering in summer day camp programs through North Vancouver Recreation & Culture, as well as acting as a counsellor at the Cheakamus Centre. The majority of her efforts, however, have been concentrated at Windsor where she’s the co-president of the school’s student council.

Read more – Dated: JUNE 6, 2017

Related: Youth recognized with Duke of Edinburgh Award – Congratulations go out to nine Burnaby youth.


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