The Cross-Cultural Youth Project is an initiative of the Co-operative Enterprise Council of New Brunswick and 40+ community partners across the province, with funding from the federal government’s Canada Service Corps program.
The project’s overall goal is to create a civic service mindset among youth aged 15-30, while nurturing cross cultural awareness and building collaborative relationships, particularly among First Nations, Francophone and Anglophone communities.
DOES THIS DESCRIBE YOU?
You are 15 - 30 and want to help address a social, environmental or cultural issue that you feel strongly about.
You want to grow as a leader, build personal and professional skills and networks, learn about the diversity of our cultures, and create lifelong connections with peers and change-makers across the region.
How we can help
We want to help you achieve the difference in the community that you want to see by offering:
One-on-one support from a Youth Program Coordinator who will help you develop and implement a tailored plan to carry out 120 hours of community work over several months
Financial assistance with travel, dependent-care, conference participation, disability supports, and help accessing project funding through our partnership with Rising Youth
Access to workshops, programs, mentors and coaches to help you build knowledge, skills, and personal and professional networks and connections
A ton of fun activities and events including music, art, outdoor adventures, and food to build cross-cultural awareness and strengthen peer relationships
Please take a minute to like and share our Grow for Good video from Scotts Miracle-Gro Canada! We have an opportunity to win 2500$ to put towards our community garden here in Dorchester! The contest is based on likes, so share it with your friends and family, and please make sure to like the ORIGINAL VIDEO posted by Scotts Miracle-Gro Canada! The community garden we are working on developing will include a traditional 3 sisters garden, a food forest, and plots for community members to grow their own food!