St. Stephen's Employment Programs for Youth

Employment programs for youth

Job Connect: employment program for youth, 15 – 24, out of school and out of work looking for full-time employment

Skills Link: for youth 15 – 30, interested in full-time employment that is more career-oriented. Youth must not be in school or working full-time

Entry Point: For post-secondary students or recent graduates (five years or less), or secondary school students in their final year and are applying for a post-secondary program.

·       17 years of age or older

Community Outreach Worker

Friends In Trouble (F.I.T.)
Start date: 
Wed, 09/30/2009 - 00:00
Position type: 
Application deadline: 
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Contact name: 
Hiring Committee

Community Outreach Worker Employer: Friends In Trouble Youth Initiative Position type: part time /3 days a week (2 positions available) Friends in Trouble (FIT): is a nonprofit youth-run organization that seeks to assist marginalized youth in the Jane-Finch Community and the city at large. We create unique alternative programming that aims to deliver programs in arts and technology; together with mentorship and advocacy services to youth that are often failed by traditional methods. F.I.T.

The Invest in Kids Fall 2009 Catalogue Is Here!

We at Invest in Kids, a national charity, have developed a number of resources to support parents in their most important role - raising a child.

Our 2009 Fall Parenting Resource Catalogue is now available and once again, it is filled with great materials for parents and professionals. We are extremely excited to share some very special, limited time offers with you.

Fall 2009 features:


Diversity in Action Manual Now Available from Regional Diversity Roundtable

Diversity in Action… Building Blocks of a Successful Diversity and Equity Program.

Based on workshops organized by the Regional Diversity Roundtable, this Train-the-Trainer Resource is an excellent primer for anyone interested in learning how to create lasting change within their organization.

This manual walks you through different components of developing a diversity and equity program. Some building blocks which are discussed include:

PACT LifeSkills and Community Service Projects: Fall 2009 Start Dates Announced!

I hope you are all enjoying these last days of summer. I wanted to let you know that we have now confirmed fall 2009 start dates for most of our LifeSkills and Community Service projects and we are ready to start accepting referrals.


Announcing the new PACTBuild Project!!!


Hip Hop Music Production Program @ Harbourfront Community Centre

This is to let you know about an exciting new program we are starting at Harbourfront Community Centre. This program is designed to teach youth essential urban music production and DJing skills, while also giving them valuable entrepreneurial training and experience. Please circulate this flyer and application form to your participants.

Thank you

Adeyemi Adegbesan

Youth Worker

Harbourfront Community Centre

(p): 416 392 1509 x 323

627 Queen's Quay West, Toronto Ont.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy - Practical Solutions to RealWorld Problems Fall Course

We are pleased to announce that we will be running a CBT Certificate Program for front-line workers in the fall of 2009.  It will be held Wednesday evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Eight sessions).  Attached please find the brochure with description of the course.  The cost of the program is $695.00.  Registrations will be on a first come basis.  A non-refundable deposit of $100.00 is required to secure your space. We regret we are unable to secure a spot without a deposit as space is limited.

Increase Your Success Tutorial Program

As the 2009-2010 school year approaches, Tropicana Community Services is, once again, proud to offer its Increase Your Success Tutorial Program.  Serving students from Kindergarten to Grade 12, the program provides educational assistance and guidance in Mathematics and Language Arts.  This school year, the program will run on Saturday mornings, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm, from September 19, 2009 to May 29, 2010.  The cost of the program is $150 plus the cost of membership, for the full academic year, and will take place at Tropicana Community Services, Community Room, 670 Progress Avenue, Scarbor


2 easy steps to get your child registered for school

PDSB has opened 3 New " We Welcome The World Centers" for Newcomer Children in The Region of Peel

Please see the attachment


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