Our mission is to raise awareness in the community, programs being delivered will include subject matter specialists that will participate in panels, workshops, and offer training sessions to deliver knowledge of Black history and other educational resources. We recognized a need to be more community affiliated with members of parliament; therefore, the Greater Highway Youth and Development Training Centre's plan is to research and become involved in seminars where we can voice our concerns to help bring attention to the discriminatory issues that exist across our communities.

To provide opportunities and empower the members of our community,  through our Development programs will offer several services: culinary workshops, field trips to historical landmarks that are apart of black culture, fitness classes and healthy living/meal prep guidelines, dance classes, media outreach (i.e podcasts that touch on issues that affect black men, women, children, and seniors as individuals), legal services, immigration services, hunger relief, meetings with black entrepreneurs to encourage and educate on the business sector, and financial literacy programs.

To develop leadership skills we will offer apprenticeships for trade students, training on how to handle covert and overt racism in the workplace, in-person mentorship, community involvement in programs designed to improve its members’ livelihood.



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