The Transition Year Program is a special access program for youth 19+ and adults who are interested in attending university. The full-time academic program is designed to assist those individuals who have previously experienced social and academic barriers to university studies. Students who successfully complete the Transition Year Program receive credits towards undergraduate degree studies at York or that may be accepted as transfer credits to Ontario colleges or university programs.
CALLING ALL WOMXN FASHIONISTAS! CALLING ALL STORYTELLERS!
Interested in exploring self-development through fashion? The Original Smiths (OGSmiths) presents our first of many fashion workshops with a twist. 2017 is the year for breaking old habits, trying new things and taking risks.
Let Volunteer Toronto know about the great things they’ve done and they could receive a Volunteer Toronto Legacy Award! Each National Volunteer Week, Volunteer Toronto presents 25 of the city’s most exceptional volunteers with a Legacy Award to recognize their contributions to the community. Visit www.volunteertoronto.ca/legacyawards to find out more and nominate someone today! Nominations are being accepted until January 31st 2017.
Asian Community AIDS Services would like to invite you to a special film screening this Thursday December 8 of Different Path Same Way followed by a panel discussion. The panel discussion will consist of a gay couple, a lesbian couple, and a parent with an LGBTQ child to talk about their experiences and the issues that face the Asian community when it comes to being LGBTQ.
Community Engagement Coordinator, Rainbow Health Ontario
Toronto, Ontario Deadline November 27, 2016
Internal/External Posting Job Title: Community Engagement Coordinator Job ID #: RHO 16-1101 Department: Rainbow Health Ontario
Union Affiliation: UFCW, Local 175 Salary Range: CS4 $57,509.87 - $71,354.84
Reports To: Director, Rainbow Health Ontario Status: Full Time Hours: 37.5 hours per week
New training program and film tackle LGBTQ youth homelessness
Dr Alex Abramovich and CAMH
In September, CAMH Scientist Dr. Alex Abramovich and collaborators unveiled Toronto's first mandatory training program for shelters to better meet the needs of LGBTQ homeless youth. The new program aims to stop the violence and discrimination that many LGBTQ youth experience in shelters, which frequently lack staff training and other supports to assist LGBTQ youth.
Pieces to Pathways (P2P) is very excited to start delivering services on November 1st! P2P will be providing peer-led alcohol and drug use support to LGBTTQQ2SIA youth aged 16 to 29 years old through case management/counselling services and hosting 3 community drop-in spaces.