STRIDE Workshop 2024 presents you with The Human Factor!

When: Friday, Feb. 16 to Sunday, Feb. 18, 2024

Where: In-person at Kintore College

Open for all post-secondary female students!

The STRIDE Workshop’s mission is to empower young women with specific knowledge and skills that can be applied toward overall personal fulfillment. Each year our conference offers participants the opportunity to access different seminars, panels, and hands-on sessions that revolve around an impactful topic. This year we invite participants to discover “What is the Human Factor? 

Don’t miss out on this empowering experience! Register now at Eventbrite to secure your spot!

STRIDE (STRIving to DEvelop) Leadership Program

This program places itself at the service of the university, which occupies an irreplaceable role in the progress of society.

As a meeting point for university discussion, STRIDE fosters dialogue on the principal questions affecting the person and culture of our time. 

Through study, reflection, dialogue, and inquiry the leadership program aims at helping students develop solid habits of intellectual rigour, rendering them capable of facing the great questions of life, scientific and cultural progress, religion, economy and many other areas. 

STRIDE offers a monthly seminar series, an opportunity to participate in UNIV Inspire international workshop, and professional mentoring.

Interested in joining STRIDE? Register here

For any questions or comments, email us at [email protected]

“STRIDE Workshop : The Human Factor”

Friday, February 16th, 2024 – Sunday, February 18th, 2024

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More details coming soon!

UNIV Inspire

The UNIV Inspire workshop is an experience that is authentically human. It’s an international encounter in Rome, geared towards young women seeking new perspectives on life, faith, and meaningful work. Participants from dozens of countries have the opportunity to explore, reflect, and discover together, convinced that each person is uniquely gifted and called to be a catalyst of transformation, renewing the world from within.

UNIV 2024 Theme: The Human Factor

Technological advances in Artificial Intelligence have surprised us all. But they have also made us ask big questions: What is human intelligence? What is human creativity? Or even deeper: What makes us human?


March 23-31, 2024


UNIV24 is for participants who want to attend a series of events organized in Rome during Holy Week.

UNIV24 activities include :

1. UNIV events in Rome:

Offices with the Pope

Guided tours of Rome

Gathering with the Prelate of Opus Dei

International meeting

2. UNIV Lab

The objective is to share with young people from the 5 continents the concerns and answers to the different challenges posed by today’s culture, related to the theme of this year’s UNIV.

CAN’T COME TO ROME? Join UNIV from home

Signing up for UNIV from home means participating in the UNIV Hack activity. You can find all the information about what the UNIV Hack is through the link above.


Registration opens on November 10, 2023 and closes on February 16, 2024.

For more information visit and click here to register.

Professional Mentoring

Students are matched with a mentor in their professional field of interest and are able to meet with them regularly. The purpose of mentoring is to assist each student to discover her talents, the contribution that she can make, and seek excellence in her studies, career and life skills through concrete goal-setting. 

Virtual platforms have enabled us to connect over 20 students with professionals in their area of interest. Mentors and mentees connect with each other roughly 3 times per semester.

“If then a practical end must be assigned to a University course, I say it is that of training good members of society… It is the education which gives a man a clear, conscious view of their own opinions and judgements, a truth in developing them, an eloquence in expressing them, and a force in urging them. It teaches him to see things as they are, to go right to the point, to disentangle a skein of thought to detect what is sophistical and to discard what is irrelevant.”

― John Henry Newman, The Idea of a University