A Leader in Supporting Youth Workers


Supporting Youth Workers

The Canadian Council for Youth Prosperity (CCYP) is a trusted partner to all players in the youth workforce network, driving collective impact as a leader in supporting youth workers.

Training, resources and consultations for employers to actively hire and retain youth, and create a mutually beneficial workforce.


Building partnerships between stakeholders and young professionals to inform programming, policies and structures.

Improving the in-service experience and outcomes of Black youth by developing culturally-informed standards of practice.


Research & Policy

Sharing insightful research, data and digital resources on the Canadian youth workforce.

data-driven commentary briefs on the Canadian economy and youth workforce development.


In-depth discussions on solutions to challenges affecting the most important stakeholder: Youth.

Mapping out new opportunities,

ideas escaping boundaries.

CCYP’s Youth Council aims to create an inclusive and diverse space where youth can share their lived experiences.


CCYP’s Fellowship Program provides young thinkers and doers with an opportunity to create systems-level change.

Featured Fellow

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Henrick Sales

Art Curator and Program Manager,
Co-founder of 'Stay Golden'

Located in Toronto, Ontario, Henrick Sales is a BIPOC executive director, art curator, program manager and spoken word artist. He is the co-founder of Stay Golden, a grassroots initiative in the Agincourt community that provides young people opportunities to share their stories through the arts and storytelling. He is a creative individual that combines his passions with all projects that he chooses to engage in.