Clay Hands

 PROGRAMS 

We provide a variety of programs for youth ages 10-24. These are available to all youth in the Collingwood neighbourhood, either free of charge or for a low price. 

Hiking in Forest

 INDIGENOUS   YOUTH 

 C.R.E.W.

C.R.E.W

C.R.E.W (Culture, Recreation, Education and Work) is a free youth-led program that offers Indigenous youth opportunities to participate in supportive social activities and cultural exploration. 

 NEWCOMER 

 PROGRAMS

 FOR PRE-TEENS

NEWCOMER PROGRAMS FOR PRE-TEENS

Free programs and activities are provided to youth new to Canada, to support building their connection with their new community. Programs are based at schools or at CNH.

 Peer to Peer

 Leadership 

 Program 

PEER TO PEER LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Peers help peers develop skills in public speaking, teamwork, conflict resolution, and mentorship, as well as a greater awareness of social issues.

 Pre-

 Employment

 Mentorship 

PRE-EMPLOYMENT YOUTH MENTORING GROUP 

Free pre-employment training is available for youth with various volunteer opportunities and support for resumes, cover letters and employment planning. 

 Physical 

 Training 

SPORTS TRAININg, STRENGTH, AND CONDITIONING

For young athletes who want to reach their full potential, we will be offering free 1-hour training sessions on Fridays and Saturdays. 

 Summer 

 Youth 

 Drop-in 

SUMMER YOUTH DROP-IN

(AGES 10-18)

Take part in fun activities all summer long. Activities include group games, arts and crafts, gym games, BBQs and field trips.

 Team 

 summer 

 Programs 

TEAM SUMMER PROGRAM (AGES 11-15)

Participants will get a chance to meet new people, practice their leadership skills, go on fun outings and learn more about various social issues in this six week long summer program. 

 Winderemere

 Community 

 Team 

WINDERMERE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS TEAM 

The team works with schools in the Windermere Family of Schools to provide programs focused on literacy, social responsibility and providing opportunities for community engagement.

 Youth 

 Centre  

YOUTH CENTRE (AGES 10 – 18)

A variety of activities are available for participants on Friday and Saturday evenings. This includes gym time and sports, art and crafts, games and workshops. Weekly reservations are required as participation is limited. 

 kids 

 kitchen 

KIDS KITCHEN (AGES 12 – 18)

Kids Kitchen as a free, online take-home cooking program. Participants pick-up a weekly ingredient boxes and learn to cook through online sessions with the program instructor.

 Community 

 Lunch 

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS LUNCH PROGRAM

Youth facilitators conduct activities and lead group games with newcomer students during lunch hours to build English language skills in a social setting and allow for newcomers to meet peers.

REAL-T

Real T is a safe online space where youth workers host chats about current events and relevant topics that may not be taught about at school. These chats are held over zoom. 

 real t 

REAL T 

Real T is a safe online space organized by youth workers where attendees can chat about current events and relevant topics that are not address in school. Sessions are hosted on Zoom.