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WEBINAR | Communities Mobilizing to Build Youth Futures

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Youth are the future of our communities. The more we can support them to be successful, the more we are helping our communities to be prosperous.

In this webinar, Melody Barnes and Hon. Bardish Chagger share their insights on how communities can engage youth in developing pathways to good jobs and post-secondary education, helping them achieve their full potential and ending youth poverty.


Take Your Learning Further:

  • Melody and Hon. Bardish will be back at the End of Poverty virtual gathering this May. Don't miss this important gathering as we explore what it will take to end poverty in Canada.

  • Seeing Youth Futures Photo Contest for youth aged 15-30. We are looking for original photos that explore the idea of prosperity and a future where young people in Canada thrive. Winners will receive $500.

  • Tamarack is looking to hire a part-time Youth Curator. This is a contract position for youth between the ages of 15 to 30. You can find the complete job description in English and in French.

  • The Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness is offering paid summer Fellowships to students and recent graduates to carry out research in the fields of disability rights, education, forced migration, climate change, and more. 

  • Upcoming webinar on Developing Community-Based COVID Recovery, Join Brock Carlton former CEO of Federation of Canadian Municipalities in conversation with Mayors Berry Vrbanovic (Kitchener) and Lisa Helps (Victoria) as they explore the resilience of community and look at examples of where communities are working toward recovery.
Vibrant Communities

By Vibrant Communities

Vibrant Communities supports cities and local leaders to develop and implement large-scale change initiatives through four learning networks: Ending Poverty, Deepening Community, Building Youth Futures and Climate Transitions. Our belief is that when we are effective in strengthening community capacity to engage citizens, lead collaboratively, deepen community and reduce poverty, our work contributes to the building of peace and more equitable society.

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