Newcomer Youth Job Fair

CultureLink Find a Job News, Uncategorised, Youth News

It was a cold October day in Toronto. Our Children and Youth Centre was open and the team had set up a table outside to welcome guests, and one inside to handle registrations. Slowly but surely, over 50 clients walked through those doors and into a room where representatives from Tim Horton’s, Fresh Co, Old Navy, Roots and Canadian Tire …

Newcomer Families Hike Mono Cliffs Provincial Park

CultureLink SWIS News, Youth News

CultureLink’s settlement services programs organize many activities and events besides providing everyday support to newcomer families. The ultimate goal is to ensure that they feel welcomed and safe and that they transition smoothly into their new life in Canada. The activities and events are meant to help them connect to their new home country. Outdoor trips and visits to surrounding …

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The Leaders of Today

CultureLink Summer Settlement Program, SWIS News, Youth News

Leadership doesn’t come with a title or seniority. Experience and hierarchy might give you authority and power, but do not make you a leader. Leadership has little to do with personality. One could be a low-key introvert with leadership skills. Leadership is the ability to listen to others and lead by example. Leaders act with determination and integrity. A leader …

Artegration program partnering with the St Philips Lutheran Church

Naadiya Sharmarke Youth News, Youth Zone

Artegration is an After-School Program for newcomer children between ages 6-12 which provides innovative programming that helps them to; integrate into their new communities through art activities, recreation, homework help, English literacy, healthy lifestyle choices, leadership community capacity building and forming a sense of civic pride. The objective of the program is to; increase self esteem, confidence, and communication skills, …

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Empowering Children Through Music

CultureLink News, Youth News

CultureLink’s Nai Children’s Choir brings children together to have fun, while it provides a safe space for children to be children. With the use of music, newcomer children are given the opportunity to integrate, learn about Canada, speak English and perform with their new friends.