The Youth Empowerment campaign aims to educate and empower youth as they enter their formative years of life. We hope to provide a comprehensive guide about the latest education and employment opportunities for youth as well as inform on the top ways to take care of their physical and mental health.
The rapidly growing young Indigenous population in Canada is the country’s most potent hope for a better future for everyone.
Despite the pandemic, Plan International Canada Youth Advocates have refused to pause their advocacy work on global gender equality.
It’s been a tough year for teachers and students alike – with young people among the hardest hit by the closures and isolation.
Through skill-building in a safe environment, Girl Guides empowers young girls with a strong foundation to become tomorrow’s leaders.
Canada’s energy landscape is rapidly changing, and this means high demand for new workers in the electricity sector.
McDonald’s Canada and its franchisees offer part-time opportunities every day and are always looking for new hires to join their respective teams.
For Canadians interested in an environmental career, ECO Canada offers support through vital on-the-job work experience and skills training.
Every day, Breakfast Club of Canada depends on its 17,500 volunteers to deliver warm, nutritious meals to children in need.
As one of Canada’s largest charities, the YMCA plays a role in youth empowerment through its programs and as an employer of young people.
Youth voices are incredibly important because decisions and policies made today will directly affect their lives in the future.
When it comes to empowering the next generation of leaders, Enactus is the leading post-secondary experiential learning platform in Canada.