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Taylor Quinn

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33 action(s) taken with Taylor Quinn
Emma Cruddas says:

I am committing to continue to take action by educating young people about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the importance if balancing rights and responsibilities. I will encourage others to fight both personal and global insecurity and I will strive to live with perspective and purpose. I am thrilled to be able to make this commitment with a number of friends and committed citizens through our musical production of project ARC.

Carrie Froude says:

I will turn off the lights when I leave the room

Beth Quinn says:

teaching my grade 1’s respect-in our school,on the playground and to the environment

William Coney says:

I pledge to help establish an environment within my community which helps spread and expand on education, in both a formal and informal sense.

Gary Quinn says:

Recycling garbage is Vancouver is a given. In St. George, Utah we have three choices. A) Don’t. B) Pay an additional fee to the city to have items picked up. C)Sort at home, load in the car, drive to a grocery store parking lot and empty into large designated bins. Paper, Metal, Cardboard, Glass. Private industry has only just started on Electronic’s!

“I want to live in a world where people are thinking about the everyday actions that they take.” -Taylor

Taylor QuinnTaylor is a student of International Development Studies at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Taylor currently works for the Dalhousie Student Union’s Leadership Department while working towards a degree in International Development Studies. His experiences include starting his own projects, including a small non-profit and social movement in Vancouver and a small community business here in Halifax (http://compcamp.ca/) teaching computer and tech skills to kids at a summer camp.

Taylor recently started his own society and worked developing the Innovation Program for the Dalhousie Student Union. Taylor recently received the Diamond Jubilee Medal from the Governor General for his commitment to community activism. His leadership and drive inspires those around him to work hard, be responsible, and live their lives as global citizens.