April McLennan

"I am passionate about a vision to see a young generation thrive, holding agency over their pathways, and bringing out their strengths, creativity and innovative qualities to the fullest."

Creating, connecting and envisioning

April’s work over the past three and a half years is primarily constituted of founding the Limitless Charitable Trust, then working with others to develop and grow the Limitless kaupapa step by step toward its future. A participant in the 2018 LinC Cultivator programme, April became involved in the Grow Waitaha Secondary Wellbeing Community of Practice Programme (CoP) in January 2019 and has been involved in co-design for the Wellbeing CoP hui throughout 2019.

April’s focus work, Limitless, has an aspiration to see high school students equipped to have greater agency over their career pathways, and to pursue work aligning with their strengths and values. Over the past three years, Limitless have created several resources and programmes, and to date 730 students from 32 Canterbury schools have attended one of their Year 10 Limitless Conferences.

April has a keen interest in being involved in design processes where connections are made between people, ideas and schools of thought to create a bespoke end product that is meaningful, creative and that sparks inspiration. April loves to learn and is excited by opportunities to speak or present on topics of interest.

 

April McLennan

"I am passionate about a vision to see a young generation thrive, holding agency over their pathways, and bringing out their strengths, creativity and innovative qualities to the fullest."

Creating, connecting and envisioning

April’s work over the past three and a half years is primarily constituted of founding the Limitless Charitable Trust, then working with others to develop and grow the Limitless kaupapa step by step toward its future. A participant in the 2018 LinC Cultivator programme, April became involved in the Grow Waitaha Secondary Wellbeing Community of Practice Programme (CoP) in January 2019 and has been involved in co-design for the Wellbeing CoP hui throughout 2019.

April’s focus work, Limitless, has an aspiration to see high school students equipped to have greater agency over their career pathways, and to pursue work aligning with their strengths and values. Over the past three years, Limitless have created several resources and programmes, and to date 730 students from 32 Canterbury schools have attended one of their Year 10 Limitless Conferences.

April has a keen interest in being involved in design processes where connections are made between people, ideas and schools of thought to create a bespoke end product that is meaningful, creative and that sparks inspiration. April loves to learn and is excited by opportunities to speak or present on topics of interest.