A Leader in Supporting Youth Workers

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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.

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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.

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Research & Policy

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

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

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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.

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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.