City of Toronto's official youth advisory body since 1998
Do you have a BIG IDEA? The TYC is looking for young leaders with BIG IDEAS to develop and advance them through 6 focus areas.
• City Council Engagement
• Community Engagement
• Municipal Policy Development
• Community Safety
• TYC Communications
• TYC Special Events
Application due: Friday, March 28, 2014
The Toronto Youth Equity Strategy (TYES) is based on the idea that those youth who are most vulnerable to involvement in serious violence and crime do not have equitable access to the comprehensive supports they need to change their lives for the better.
View The Toronto Youth Equity Strategy creative report.
The Identify ‘N’ Impact (INI) Awards celebrate the valuable contributions young people make to throughout Toronto communities, and the important role youth play as advocates, visionaries and agents of social change.
Congratulations to the 2013 INI awards winners!
The Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020 supports healthy communities across Toronto by partnering with residents, businesses and agencies to invest in people, services, programs and facilities in specific neighbourhoods. Currently, 31 neighbourhoods recommended as Neighbourhood Improvement Areas under TSNS 2020.
With opening by Pierette Tessier Campbell from the Native Canadian Centre Toronto and facilitation by Karen Sun of the City of Toronto.
When: Tuesday, March 18th 5:30 to 7:00 PM
Where: The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, 16 Spadina Road
The Community Action Training program is a 12-week training that is focused on helping community members in Regent Park to become more effective advocates for themselves and the community. CRC is currently taking applications, and the deadline to apply is March 19th.
Subsidized after school tennis to children ages 6 – 12! This year the program will run in Toronto’s northwest quadrant from April 7th to June 20th, 2014
Applications are now being accepted for the following programs:
High School Entrepreneurship Outreach
Youth Skills Connections – Industry Stream
Youth Skills Connections – Community Stream
Strategic Community Entrepreneurship Projects
This after-school employment initiative focuses on diverse youth between the ages of 15 to 18 residing in the Priority Identified Neighbourhoods within the City of Toronto. The Youth in Policing Initiative is now a yearlong program, which runs from January to April, July to August, and from September to December.
GET Schooled, which was launched on May 1, 2013, is a collaborative initiative of 9 community organizations: ArtReach Toronto, Grassroots Youth Collaborative, For Youth Initiative, Manifesto Community Projects, Neighbourhood Arts Network, NIA Centre, Schools Without Borders, Sketch, and the Toronto Youth Cabinet.