Youth Engagement/leadership

summer program

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Strong Academy is a school program designed to encourage young Black boys to attend an enrichment academic summer program. Strong Academy has been designed to provide participating students with the tools necessary to achieve their maximum potential both in terms of academics and life skill acquisition. 

2018 FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - Deadline July 2, 2018

Employer: 
CODE FOR CANADA
Pay Type: 
Position type: 
Internship
Application deadline: 
Monday, July 02, 2018
Contact name: 
Email: 

CLOSING DATE: Jul 2, 2018

LOCATION: Toronto

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Job Fairs 2018 (March, April & May)

"As part of ongoing efforts to work with private sector employers and community partners to connect young people with jobs and training opportunities, the City is hosting job fairs supporting all job seekers 16 to 29 years of age.

The job fairs are part of the City's ongoing programs for youth seeking employment. “Young people are the key to Toronto’s continued prosperity,” said Councillor Shan. “Maximizing their talents and skills is essential for Toronto to remain strong, fair and globally competitive.”

TCDSB PSI/ Free Use of Space - March Break 2018

Priority Schools Initiative (PSI) – March Break from March 12th -16th, 2018.

Similar to this summer’s Focus on Youth program, the objective of the Priority School Initiative is to extend program opportunities for youth in various Toronto communities by offering free use of school space to community groups, not-for-profit organizations and other youth organizations. To qualify for the program, organizations must meet the following criteria:

·         Applicants must be recognized as not for profit or registered charity organization.

Youth Collaboration + Job Central Programs - Next Group February 5, 2018

Attached are the flyers for the Youth Collaboration (YC) and Job Central (JC) programs. Next groups start Monday, February 5, 2018, with registration beginning January 22.

These paid Skills Link pre-employment programs provide up to 13-weeks of supports to participants, with a successful track record of connecting unemployed youth with full-time employment.

To qualify for Youth Collaboration/Job Central, participants must be:

Still Time to Register! Youth CI Impact Accelerator & Information Session

There's still time to register!

Youth CI invites you to attend an Impact Accelerator Working Session to help organizations and collectives identify ways to improve outcomes for youth in communities across Ontario.

Building Up is now accepting applications - Deadline November 3, 2017

Please see the attachments below for detailed information.

Building Up highlights over the past two and half years:
·       90% of our graduates are currently employed with union or non-union employers
·       Over 5 billion water saved in the Greater Toronto Area
·       Over 18,000 hours of paid employment and training provided to our trainees

Youth Small Business Program Winter 2018 session - Deadline Nov 30, 2017

If you are between the ages of 16 to 29 and thinking about pursuing self employment or starting a small business, we want to hear from you!

Young People’s Advisory Process

Employer: 
The Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth
Position type: 
Volunteer
Application deadline: 
Monday, October 30, 2017
Contact name: 
Kathy Mah

Young People’s Advisory Process

Deadline: Unknown (please contact the Advocate's Office for this information)

The Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth (the Advocate's Office) is seeking new young people who will help develop a formal Advisory Process for the Office.

The Advisory Process will be a structure to provide young people the opportunity to  give advice to the Office on its operation and activities, and help shape the manner in which other young people will give advice to the Office moving forward.

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