“Let's Talk" is a program for high school students focused on education and career guidance.

We use arts activities like drawing, poetry and drama plus connections with community mentors to help you figure out your future career and education goals. And of course, there will be food!

We believe that as a community, we can and should listen to the voices of newcomer youth.  Through programs like this, we help train young people on how to make a positive difference in their communities, expand youth knowledge, and enhance their understanding of Canadian culture, systems, values, rights and responsibilities.

We are here to empower immigrant youth to make informed choices that are consistent with their values and help them achieve their dreams.

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Registration for Spring 2019 is now open!

When: Weekly from 5PM - 7PM, beginning on April 25th until June 13th.
Where: Kitchener Public Library, 85 Queen Street North.

For more information, contact Anika Williams-Hewitt, Let’s Talk Program Co-Ordinator

Week 5 - How Did You Do That? (Community Mentorship)

Week 6 - But I Need A Job! (Youth Employment)

Week 7 - Your Rights

Week 8 - Now What? (Closing)

Week 1 - Welcome to Let’s Talk

Week 2 - Exploring Wellness

Week 3 - What Do I Want To Be?

Week 4 - Field Trip: KWAG