You Matter. You Are Important. You Belong.

We provide a strengths-based approach to engaging communities and young people. We will inspire you, motivate you, and share the tools for you to do the same. Contact us today for more information.

Things That Are Happening

Be sure to learn more about our work focusing on reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples of Kingston and the use of Faith United Church land to learn, share and heal together.  We are gathering Indigenous voices, ideas and guidance to share with the membership of Faith United Church.   If you self-identify as Indigenous and live in Kingston and area, please click here to share your ideas.  Learn more about the project by clicking here.

Mapping Out the Future For Youth In Renfrew County  

If you are a young person between 12 - 24 years old and live in Renfrew County, Ontario be sure to share your voice on what is important to you - and in the development of a youth strategy for Renfrew County.  Click here to fill out a survey and enter to win a $200 gift card! 

 

Indigenous Awareness Community Talking Circles

As we wrap up a year of Community Talking Circles for the City of Kingston, a component of their Engage for Change project, we are launching these important Circles across Canada.  Learn more by clicking here.

Msit No'Kmaq: All My Relations

45 Indigenous young people representing 31 First Nations, 3 Inuit regions 7 urban centres sailed across the Atlantic Ocean, from Halifax, Nova Scotia to La Havre (France) in August 2017 as part of the Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta, all while taking part in Msit No’Kmaq, a Sail Training and Youth Leadership Program. To learn more, click here.

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Indigenous owned with a national scope of partners and clients.

A team of diverse Indigenous and non-Indigenous consultants with expertise in various sectors, specializing in working with youth, communities, not-for-profits, and government.

Recognized leaders and respected helpers working in partnership with you, your organization, and your community. Bringing people together.

Skilled in positive youth and community development, leading to safe, strong and healthy spaces for growth and action.

Leadership, Experience, and Innovation. That's Three Things Consulting.

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Building On Your Strengths: We Provide

Motivational and Inspiring Speakers

Trainings and Workshops for Youth and Adults

Creative Community and Youth Consultations

Cross Cultural Relationship and Capacity Building

Innovative and Creative Development for Community or Youth Programming and Special Projects

Reliable and Professional Project Management at Local, Regional or National Levels

Meaningful Event Management and Consultation for Youth and Adults

Consultative, Guidance and Advice on Youth and Community Trends

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Not just three statements; #the3Things are a way of life.

Your needs matter to us, they are important and if you are interested in working in partnership with youth or your community, you have a place where you belong.

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Our Vision: Sharing the 3 Things with young people and their influencers creates a resilient nation of youth who are secure in their roles with family, school and community. Young people who believe they matter and feel important along with a sense of belonging will create a vision of a world that is better for all, and be active contributors to its development. Pytor, Stephanie and Dale have worked with and created some of the most innovative and effective youth organizations and services in Canada. From front line engagement to the development of national programs and networks of youth and their allies, they bring a unique and meaningful perspective to their work.
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3 Things ConsultingTuesday, May 15th, 2018 at 3:26pm
Two years ago this spring a group of 36 Indigenous young people were named The Carriers of Youth Wisdom in a project faciliated by our team on behalf of the Fondation Rideau Hall Foundation. Representing Nations and communities from each province and territory they gathered on Mnidoo Mnising, (Manitoulin Island), and crafted a powerful Declaration on Indigenous education. Read our team member, Saimaniq Bubba Temela's blog post about how he can see the calls to action being demonstrated - and not, in his experience attending post-secondary. https://3things.ca/blog/
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3 Things Consulting shared The Phoenix Centre for Children and Families's live video.Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 at 6:27pm
Watch as our CEO at Three Things Consulting Pytor Hodgson talks about the Renfrew County Youth Strategy!
https://www.facebook.com/phoenixcentrerenfrewcounty/videos/1656289104490767/
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2018 Renfrew County Youth Network Youth Needs Assessment Community Presentation with 3 Things Consulting
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3 Things Consulting shared Marc Keelan-Bishop's post.Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 at 8:30am
Thoughts, prayers, compassion and love.
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3 Things ConsultingMonday, April 23rd, 2018 at 9:37am
So, we have had a busy couple of months, though that’s no excuse for radio silence online. We’ve authored several reports, supported national gatherings and had some fantastic adventures! Stay tuned for some updates from the past few months and sneak peaks at what’s coming soon!
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3 Things ConsultingFriday, February 16th, 2018 at 9:41am
A week of travels through Renfrew County listening to young people, in support of the youth, adult allies and organizations who make up the Renfrew County Youth Network as they work towards the development of a County wide youth strategy. And really, anytime we get to travel and work with Stoney, from the The Students Commission of Canada , we are super grateful!
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3 Things ConsultingTuesday, February 13th, 2018 at 10:01am
Our friends at the Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) have been supporting youth entrepreneurship within their Nations and this year, three of the Business Clubs in their communities, driven by inspired young people, are finalists in the 2018 Aboriginal Youth Idea Challenge Sponsored by Affinity Credit Union! There are two other youth led businesses, Signs for Sayings created and led by youth from One Arrow First Nation and Redwaters Bagging led by several youth in Muskoday First Nation who are part of a Wild Card round - where the public can vote - and determine the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers! Winners will receive a portion of start-up capital to help their business! Not too shabby. Be sure to watch their videos in the link below and hopefully you too can lift up First Nation youth in Saskatchewan! https://www.enactussask.com/ayic-wildcard Vote today and share freely!