Skills After School

Skills After School Program

The Skills After School Program is a project designed for youth from Black, Indigenous, or Persons of Colour (BIPOC) communities in a series of activities and workshops that will provide an opportunity to explore and identify interests and make lasting career connections. The project aims to develop and deliver meaningful new career exploration opportunities focused on skilled trades and technologies.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Skills After School program will be hosted virtually. Sessions will be held once a week for six weeks, and will be hosted by diverse facilitators. Sessions will focus on skilled trades from the four-sectors of industry: Construction, Motive Power, Industrial, and Service.

As of January 2022, we have two cohorts starting in February, co-hosted with the East Preston Family Resource Centre and Hope Blooms. These centres will provide a pick-up location for kits containing materials used during each session of the program.

Activities will be provided free of charge and are designed to give participants a completed project at the end of each session. Lunch vouchers will be provided, and participants will receive certificates upon completion of the program.

Registration for SKILLS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM is currently closed.

If you have any questions about the Skills After School Program please contact our Partnerships Manager, Jennifer Lambe directly via email: jenniferlambe@skillsns.ca or you can click the link button below to contact us.

Skills After School Program Partners

Support and materials for the Skills After School Program are supplied by our Program Partners. For more information on becoming a partner for one of our programs please contact our Partnerships Manager: Jennifer Lambe.

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