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Career Camp Crush

Who Should Attend:

Dynamic, ambitious, curious black girls aged 11- 15 looking to gain clarity for their future careers.


Program Goal:

To help girls crystalize the image of where they want to be in their future. Career Crush Camp supports and inspires girls to reach higher by exposing them to various career options and influential mentors.


Activities and Outcomes:

This program is a practical, hands-on career exploration camp. It teaches girls about entrepreneurship, creative arts, community engagement, service principles, and science. It also includes personal growth and development support.

The program is delivered through workshops, tours, and group activities led by accomplished and dedicated professional women of influence from various sectors and non-traditional career paths.


Career Crush Campers will:

Career Crush Camp supports young girls to explore and expand their career horizons. Using the medium of camp participants will learn explore skills and talents and align them with emerging career opportunities. Campers will:

             Unpack skills, interests, values and other attributes

             Practice exploring and researching career options

             Connect with professionals who will share their career stories and advice

             Visit workplaces around the community

             Identify options for their career aspirations

Big thank you to Career Crush Camp partners

Jean Augustine Centre for Young Women’s Empowerment and

Siemens Canada Women in Engineering.

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New dates coming soon for summer 2023!

9 am - 3 pm camp for boys 8-12 years old 

Victoria Park Hub

1527 Victoria Park Ave., 2nd Floor

Cost: $60 per person (limited subsidies available contact us for details)

New dates coming soon for summer 2023!

10 am - 4 pm

In-person camp for girls 13-17 years old 

Jean Augustine Centre for Young Women - 101 Portland St. Etobicoke M8Y 1B1 

Cost: $60 per person. 

Financially Savvy Girls

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With consumerism reaching all-time highs, e-commerce making impulse purchases more accessible than ever, and the rising cost of living impacting so many Canadians, we need to help black women take control of their money. Whether single, married, or in between, how a woman handles her money has lasting impacts on her family and future. This program will improve financial literacy for black women and girls.


Who Should Attend:

Financially Savvy girls is a carefully designed program for young women who want to improve their financial literacy and, ultimately, their economic competitiveness and long-term wealth potential


Program Goal:

To provide women with knowledge, tools, and encouragement to make thoughtful and responsible financial decisions.


Activities and Outcomes:

Throughout the 4-week program, young girls are given the tools and knowledge to manage their finances in a savvy way.

We teach them the principles of spending, saving, borrowing, and investing.

Cultural Internships for Youth

Who Should Attend:

Young women aged 15-25 who want to earn credit for school or career experience.


Program Goal:

To develop practical skills and workplace experience that can improve future employability.


Program Activities and Objectives:

This program places young women in paid work settings to develop skills and contribute to the ethnocultural communities across GTA.


Back2School Backpack Fundraising Drive

We want black youth to attend and stay in school. But their chances of success are reduced without the right tools and support. This reality is why we offer the Back 2School Backpack Fundraising Drive.

It is a community initiative that provides vulnerable children and youth with much-needed backpacks and grade-level appropriate school supplies.

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