The Polish Canadian Students’ Association of Windsor (PCSAW) is a fairly new organization in the Windsor area, having been established on November 15th 2008. This diverse youth group currently consists of high school, college, and university students.
Our initiatives are city and region based, centered on emphasizing and sustaining Polish culture. We are a group of strong and willing individuals between the ages of 16 and 30 who are eager to acquire leadership skills whilst encouraging youth involvement and networking, starting in our Polish-Canadian community in Windsor, Ontario. We are an organization that also teaches the future generation on how to stay connected to their heritage and roots. Our main mandate is “Leadership, Unification and Solidarity.” It is always important to give back to the community. That is why every year, PCSAW volunteers their time and energy to various Polish events.
PCSAW is a non-profit association, therefore it relies on generous contributions from sponsors and through profit from events. Polonia Centre Windsor (Inc.), the Polish Canadian Business and Professional Association of Windsor, and the Canadian Polish Congress – Windsor-Chatham Branch have been the main contributors for our group in which we are eternally grateful.
There is no fee to join, so if you are a young Polish-Canadian in the greater Windsor area and are interested in attending the next meeting, send us an email!
PCSAW EXECUTIVE TEAM 2013:
President – Michelle Gajewski
Vice-President – Ania Nogal
Secretary – Irena Sziler
Treasurer – Ania Barycka