We offer specific programs for newcomers aged 14-25 in Kitchener-Waterloo who are interested in an opportunity for leadership development, personal growth and empowerment.  We believe that as a community, we can and should listen to the voices of newcomer youth.  Through these programs, we help train young people on how to make a positive difference in their communities.

We help expand youth knowledge and enhance 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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Let's Talk!

“Let's Talk" is a program for high school students aged 14-17 focused on education and career guidance.

We will be using arts activities (like drawing, poetry, drama, etc.) and connecting you with community mentors to help you figure out your future career and education goals. And of course, there will be food!

When: Registration for Winter 2019 now open! Join us from February 7th-March 28th at the Kitchener Public Library, Room A, 85 Queen Street North


Young Men Leading Change

This is a youth leadership program for young men aged 15-25.

This program is a mix of sports, entertainment, and food, all centered around conversations about how men can address gender based violence and violence against women in their community.

The program will run for 10 weeks and includes a funded youth-led project to address these issues within their community.

It's Free and includes Gym, Refreshments and more.

Join us from Jan. 22 - Mar 26, 2019 at the
Centreville Chicopee Community Centre
141 Morgan Avenue, Kitchener

For more information please contact Hagos Eman