Education

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

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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

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LEAP Hip Hop Music Production

Date(s): 
Mon, 04/19/2010 - 18:00
Contact name: 
Adeyemi Adegbesan

LEAP will be a skill based training program aimed at teaching at-risk youth how to digitally create music. While participating in LEAP, youth will learn to produce their own urban music using digital software and equipment. The goal is for these youth to be able to promote themselves as beat producers/DJ’s with the end goal of entering post-secondary education or finding employment in the urban music industry.

Order of Canada Mentorship Program Invitation - Invitation du Programme de mentorat de l'Ordre du Canada

 

 

Are you a young adult
with a deep commitment
to your community? 

 

Are you looking for a mentor who will guide you on how to make a difference in society?

If so, the Governor General invites you to take part in the Order of Canada Mentorship Program! 

We are looking for 25 young Canadians aged 18 to 25 who will be matched with members of the Order of Canada.

EARLY CHILDHOOD OUTREACH WORKER FOR THE ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY

Employer: 
Pathways
Position type: 
Full-time
Application deadline: 
Friday, August 21, 2009

A regular full-time position based at 10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite “B”, Brampton
 
This exciting position is responsible for the development of an Aboriginal awareness program including training and implementation of Aboriginal kits in all early learning environments within Peel Region.  The kits reflect the culture, history and values of First Nation, Inuit  and Métis families/communities.
 
Click on the pathways link to review the duties, responsibilities and qualifications of the position. 
 

Please Donate School Supplies

Hi everyone! we hope you are all enjoying the wonderful summer season,
the end of summer is quickly approaching, indicating the launch of a new
school year. As we embark on another school year, we must acknowledge
that there are still those who may not be able to provide the necessary
items  required for their children's best learning needs. As many of you
already know, Breakaway Relief Care assists the less fortunate in
providing for themselves as well as other children. We kindly ask that

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POST SECONDARY STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NEEDED

Employer: 
Youth Assisting Youth
Start date: 
Wed, 09/02/2009 (All day)
Position type: 
Volunteer
Application deadline: 
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
Contact name: 
Chukwuma Okonkwo

We need volunteers - especially guys 16 - 29 years old - to mentor newcomer and at risk youth. You'll both benefit. We train you, and you can do it on your own schedule. Call 416 932 1919 or visit www.yay.org Youth Assisting Youth is accepting applications for our Volunteer Program.

You Are Here! Newcomer Youth Info Website

You Are Here! is live - www.newyouth.ca

You Are Here! is an exciting new website for newcomer youth across Ontario. The website has information on finding work, staying healthy, getting around a city, immigration issues, and the school system in Ontario.

Newcomer youth can read articles or watch informative videos, and find services, programs, and youth events near them. They can also comment and ask questions about specific topics, which will be moderated and responded to by the OCASI youth website team.

The Career Foundation's FREE Individual Support with Job Search and Job Placement

Date(s): 
Mon, 08/17/2009 - 09:30
Contact name: 
The Career Foundation

Career Foundation's CTC Program offers a FREE employment support to assist you in your job search. We are open to job seekers aged 15-30.
If you can answer ‘YES’ to these questions - then you may be eligible to attend:
1) Between 15 & 30 Years Old __YES __NO
2) Out of ‘Full-Time’ Work __YES __NO
(Working less than 20 hours per week)
3) Out of ‘Full-Time’ School __YES __NO
(Not returning to school within the next 6 months)

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