Youth Programs

Current Youth Programs

Join Stronger, Resilient, and Inclusive Communities!

A weekly community workshop for 12-18 years to participate in a group discussion and group activity of how they can play their part in preventing hate crimes in their communities.

Workshops will be online and some might be in person. However, as always, our planning will continue to be informed by Public Health guidance.

Workshops:

  • What is Hate Crime? | Oct 27
  • Understanding the Justice System | Nov 3
  • How to report Hate Crime | Nov 10
  • Anti-Islampohobia | Nov 17
  • Cyberbullying Prevention | Nov 24
  • Cyberhate | Dec 8 

In-person workshops, food and travel expenses will be provided. Youth who attend 16 out of 24 workshops will be provided an honorarium of $200 and a certificate.  

Safer and Vital Community Project
Coming Soon

 Stronger, Resilient, and Inclusive Communities Workshops

Weekly community workshops for 12-18 years old youth to participate in group discussions and group activities on how they can play their part in preventing hate crimes in their communities.  Free introductory dance and self-defence sessions will be provided.

Workshops will be online and some might be in person. However, as always, our planning will continue to be informed by Public Health guidance.

Participants will receive:

  • $100 honorarium*
  • Food
  • Transportation expense
  • Community Hours
  • Certificate
  • Opportunities to interact with other youth!

Introductory Dance Workshop (FREE)

Participants will have an opportunity to expose the following dance styles: hip-hop, cinematic western, cinematic folk, semi classical, contemporary, salsa, zumba fitness, urban style, krumping, gymnastics, rock and roll and old school. These workshops will be bi-weekly on Wednesday from 4-5 pm.

Workshops will be online and some might be in person. However, as always, our planning will continue to be informed by Public Health guidance.

Participants will receive:

  • Certificate
  • Opportunities to interact with other youth!
  • Community Hours

Love Local

Local businesses have always played a large part in shaping the culture of Scarborough North. This winter is especially slow for local businesses, with the added challenges caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Local businesses have been significantly impacted by the barriers caused by health and safety restrictions, closures, and financial instability. Through our partnership with the City of Toronto, we aim to support the local economy by celebrating the art, culture and local talents.

Frontline Community Centre is offering volunteering opportunities for students who are interested in community building and promoting local business. Students will be volunteering for Scarborough communities’ love-local project and will be provided with community hours.

For more information, email us at lovelocal@fcccanada.org

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