Youth

  • New Canada Service Corps encourages Canadian youth to serve communities Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today launched the design phase of Canada Service Corps, Canada’s new national youth service initiative. Canada Service Corps will encourage young Canadians — be they born here or immigrants to Canada —  to get involved in service to their communities and gain valuable skills and experience that ...
  • Black Youth mentorship program launches in Ontario As a part of the Ontario Black Youth Action Plan, the Province of Ontario is launching a new mentorship program for Black youth: Together We Can. According to the province, Black youth are twice as likely to be unemployed compared to the provincial average. In Toronto specifically, Black youth are also ...
  • Investing in Africa’s youth and developing their skills is the only way forward GE’s committed to Africa’s sustainable development, under the hallmarks of responsible leadership and operational excellence, has positioned skills development and talent at the heart of its business initiatives. With several training, development and leadership programmes designed to encourage GE staff to progress, the multi-national also supports the advancement of students ...
  • Film helps Canadian youth learn about Holocaust To educate today’s youth is to ensure the enhancement of society’s future. With knowledge being one of the most powerful tools we can pass along to young people today, it is important for adolescents to understand the devastation and perseverance of the victims of one of the most tragic events ...
  • Looking for participants – Toronto Youth Job Corps (TYJC) The next Toronto Youth Job Corps (TYJC) group starts on November 14th, 2016 and the team is looking for your referrals.  TYJC offers youth… ·         5 week paid employment preparation program ·         A paid 16 -24 week work placement upon program completion ·         Employment and life skills workshops ·         Individual support for job search Youth must ...

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