Congratulations to the 2012-13 winning MiWay Student Ambassador team at Stephen
Lewis Secondary School for providing an informative and engaging program at their
On Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at the City of Mississauga Council meeting, Scott Hladun
and Devika Matkar were presented plaques by Mayor Hazel McCallion, Ward 10 Councillor
Sue McFadden and Transit director Geoff Marinoff. Also included in the photos is Loi Lam, Vice
Principal of Stephen Lewis Secondary school accepting the school plaque.
Thank you to all students who have submitted MiWay Ambassador Application forms for the
schools listed below:
||Father Michael Goetz
||Our Lady of Mount Carmel
||St. Aloysius Gonzaga
||St. Francis Xavier
What is the MiWay Student Ambassador Program?
The MiWay Student Ambassador Program is a way for you to be creative and help educate your
school community about MiWay.
You can work alone or with one partner and each of you could earn awesome prizes!
- Be a registered Secondary school student at either a Mississauga Peel District Secondary
school or a Mississauga Dufferin-Peel Catholic District Secondary school
- Knowledge of MiWay bus system
- Excellent communication/planning skills
- Computer skills
- Three Information Sessions. Set up
interactive MiWay information sessions during your lunch period with about three themes: Trip
Planning/Routing to school, Ticket Agents, PRESTO.
- Online Info. Ensure the MiWay website link
is correctly created on your school's website.
- School Notice Board. Post a MiWay route map
at your school.
- P.A. Announcements to promote MiWay.
Develop a promotional announcement about MiWay.
- Creative/Innovative ideas to educate
students. Develop and implement you own ideas to really enhance your program. These
ideas will build awareness and educate students in your school about MiWay in a fun and
creative way you develop yourself or as a team.
MiWay Student Ambassador will learn/gain:
- Leadership skills
- Project management skills
- Team building skills
- Communication skills
MiWay Student Ambassador can have a:
- Participation Certificate
- Letter of Recommendation (upon request)
The successful 2011-12 program was delivered by Umar Bhutta and Syed Kamran from
Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School!
On Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at the City of Mississauga Council meeting, Umar Bhutta and Syed
Kamran were presented plaques by Mayor Hazel McCallion, Ward One Councillor Jim Tovey and
Transit director Geoff Marinoff. Also included in the photos are Doreen Johnson Principal and
Nancy Gilliard Vice Principal of Gordon Graydon Memorial school accepting the Secondary school