Free Pre-Apprenticeship Plumbing Service Technician Program
Skills for Change support skills building and employment opportunities for more people in skilled trades. This program prepares participants for employment in the Plumbing sector.
• 18 years of age or older
• Eligible to work and study in Ontario
• Newcomer women encouraged to apply
• Must attend in-person classes in Toronto
• Have a Secondary School (Ontario Grade 12) diploma, or equivalent, at or above the general level
Contact us for more info
• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Phone: (416) 572-0490 ext: 416
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Hand-in-Hand – African Intergenerational Culture Identity Partnership
Discover traditional African stories and folklore passed down through generations through interactive storytelling sessions.
• Storytelling: Learn about traditional African stories and folklore passed down through generations.
• Music and Dance: Experience the joy and rhythm of African music and dance from different regions and cultures.
• Arts and Crafts: Explore African art and culture through creative projects and activities suitable for children.
REGISTER FOR FREE!
Register for free to receive a unique joining Link.
For more information contact:
• Ph: (416) 357-7211
• Email: email@example.com
African Canadian Community Youth Workshop
• Confronting Mental Illness and Gun Violence
• June 24th, 2023
• 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
10 Belfield Rd. Etobicoke, ON
FOR INFO PLEASE CONTACT
• Ph: (416) 532-2273
• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
10 Belfield Rd.
Confronting Anti-Black Racism and Islamophobia Conference
The African Canadian Social Development Council presents the “Confronting Anti-Black Racism and Islamophobia”.
• Promoting Equity in Employment
• The Workplace
• September 30th, 2023
4700 Keele St. Toronto, ON
FOR INFO CALL
• (416) 532-2273
To register and attend click the “Register Here” button below.
The goal is to expand the capacities of the black youth and help shape their progress towards becoming well informed local leaders readily available to represent and be meaningfully involved in a highly racially polarized system and committed to addressing social change issues. Our community engagement programs have common elements of leadership and governance training, moral and legal premise, social consciousness, and integrity.
2978 Islington Ave, Unit 203 North York ON M9L 2K6
• Lead Person: James Nyarkoh
The Refiners House of Prayer Presents
Employment Placement & Skills Development For The Marginalized
SATURDAY AUGUST 27th, 2022 | 4:30 PM
Venue: 1055 Courtneypark Drive E. Unit C, Mississauga, Ontario L5& 1M7
*No Fee Services
The African Canadian Social Development Council Presents
ADDRESSING RACISM AND ISLAMOPHOBIA
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24th, 2022 | 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Venue: 10 Belfield Road, Etobicoke, Ontario
*For More Info Contact: (647) 532-2273
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Heritage Skills Development Centre is a non-profit organization that was established in 1993. It was founded by a group of women who observed a gap in the integration services available to new- immigrants, refugees and minorities in the Greater Toronto Area. Our mission is to promote the health, social, cultural and economic sufficiency of marginalized, at-risk, newcomer’s individuals, including: youth, women, seniors and their families. HSDC continues to assist individuals and families in building stronger foundations through integrative and empowerment programs and services.
Phone Number: (416) 345-1613
Fax Number: (416) 694-8736
Contact Email: email@example.com
Address: 400 McCowan Road Scarborough, M1J 1J5 (Ground Floor)
• Lead Person: Charity Lebeanya -ED
Eritrean Canadian Community Centre is open to all * focus on Eritrean or east African community immigrants and newcomers, including refugees, seniors and youth.
Settlement and Integration Services — information and referral
• Lead Person: Petros Teklu
The Centre francophone de Toronto is a non-profit organization that serves, first and foremost, as the main entry point for Francophones who live or plan to settle in Toronto. The Centre helps promote the well-being of the Francophone community, and has developed a community-based and multi-disciplinary approach. It offers a range of services to meet the needs of all Francophones in the GTA.
The current Centre francophone de Toronto was created on April 28, 2004 by the merger of two organizations: the Centre francophone de Toronto and the Centre médico-social communautaire (CMSC).
• Lead Person: Christophe Kapanga Mutonji – (Legal Worker & Settlement Director)