Youth groups (19)
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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0060||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel||71 West Dr, Unit 23
Brampton, ON L6T 5E2
|905-457-7288||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel provides mentoring programs to help promote the healthy development of children and youth (6-17yrs) in Peel Region.
Programs offered for children include:
* One-to-One Mentoring - matches a child 6 - 17 years of age (Little Brother/Little Sister) with a caring adult (Big Brother/Big Sister) over the age of 18. Matches are encouraged to plan fun and low cost activities 2 - 4 times per month for 1 year. Monthly agency sponsored recreational activities are provided. Unique opportunities to mentor a child together as a couple or as a female volunteer matched with a young boy are also available in our Couples for Kids Program and Big & Little Buddy Program.
* Group Mentoring - Five volunteers mentor ten children one weeknight from Sept-June in local schools throughout the Region. Outing costs are covered by the agency. Activities include floor hockey and sports, community tours, swimming and more.
* Big Bunch - A program designed for children on the waiting list. Activities are planned by the agency and volunteers sign up to bring children to at least one outing per month.
* In-School Mentoring offered in partnership with the Peel District School Board and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board this program matches elementary girls and boys with a caring adult mentor. Matches meet for one hour during school hours and on school property to share in fun activities.
* Teen Mentoring - This school based program matches elementary students with caring youth mentors ages 15 and up from a nearby participating secondary school. Matches meet at the same time each week in a supervised group setting.
* Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds - A school based mentoring program for girls in Grades 7 and 8. The program curriculum promotes active living, healthy eating and positive self esteem. Female mentors ages 18 - 25 years are trained to lead the fun and interactive sessions over 7 weeks.
*Game On! Eat Smart, Play Smart, Live Smart - A seven week school based mentoring program for boys ages 11 - 14. Explore pressing issues facing boys and young men through physical activity, healthy eating, self-esteem and communication skills. Male mentors are fully trained to lead sessions in participating schools.
* Conversation Club provides new Canadian youth (12 - 18) with opportunities to integrate into Canadian society, to practice English conversation skills and receive homework help from youth mentors (16 - 24). Offered in partnership with the Centre for Education and Training and funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
VOLUNTEER MENTOR ROLE Volunteers for most programs must commit to a minimum of one year or one school based year with the exception of Go Girls!, Game On! and Conversation Club.
|Flexible depending on program||Add Record|
|CDR0047||Boys and Girls Clubs of Peel Region||315 Traders Blvd E, Unit 11
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E5
|905-712-1789||Provides a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
Operates the following programs:
* Youth Programs providing social/recreational activities designed to enhance the growth and development of children and youth in a group setting.
* After School and Evening Programs promoting active social/recreational participation, homework and computer/internet access among children and youth in a safe and caring environment.
* Breakfast for Kids supporting community and school based breakfast, snack or lunch programs to address the problem of hungry children in Peel schools.
|Varies from site to site||Add Record|
|CDR0046||Erin Mills Youth Centre||3010 The Collegeway
Mississauga, ON L5L 4X9
|905-820-3577||Offers the following programs:
*DAILY HOT BREAKFAST PROGRAMS:
Every school day for all school aged children, throughout the whole year
*AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS:
Recreation and Leisure activities from September-June at various sites in West Mississauga.
- Good Eats - Prepare meals as a group
- Girlz Club - Self esteem building, positive self image, basic cooking skills
- Boyz Club - Self -esteem building
- Drop-in basketball - Skills and drills
- Express Yourself - Expressing oneself thru drama
- You & Media - Learning communication thru media
- Pre-Employment - Resume building
- Arts & Music - Learning different techniques of Arts and experimenting different instruments
- Be Active, Eat Well, Feel Good - After School program partnered with the City of Mississauga
- Yoga - partnered with the City of Mississauga
- After School Programs in two locations: Homelands Public School
& Thorn Lodge Public School - Sports, Health & Wellness activities
Summer Day Camp (6-17yrs) and youth drop in centre (over 15yrs)
Spring Vacation Day Camp
|*After School 3:30pm-8pm
*Summer programs 9am-5pm
|CDR0244||Mayor's Youth Advisory Committee of Mississauga||905-896-5071||Forum to meet new people, learn about and discuss issues affecting youth, and find out about opportunities to make a difference in the community. MYAC members also volunteer at numerous events within the city and organize events geared to youth in Mississauga, such as Youth Week.||Add Record|
|CDR0245||Mayors Youth Team||905-874-2628||Mayor's Youth Team's purpose is to liaise between Brampton youth and the Mayor and City Council, and to help make Brampton a better place for youth to live in. Meets on an irregular basis.||Add Record|
|MHL0186||Peel Chinese Community Service Hub||1177 Central Pkwy W, Unit 81
Mississauga, ON L5C 4P3
|905-361-2479||The Peel Chinese Community Service Hub is a single point of access which was developed to enhance community access to programs and services in Peel. It is a culturally sensitive, language-specific service centre for Chinese residents. It aims to link Peel's residents of all ages and cultural backgrounds with volunteer opportunities and training, employment and settlement services to enhance successful integration. It also serves as an information, recreational, and education centre with a broad range of programs delivered by co-located and mainstream service providers to empower community residents and strengthen the neighborhoods in Peel.
*Information and referral services
*Space for service providers and grassroot agencies to deliver their services
*Volunteer recruitment and training
Collaboration with mainstream service organziations to promote and provide the following services:
*Early learning and parenting program
*Social and civic engagement
*Community, service and business information dissemination
|Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm
Evenings & Weekends - by appointment
|CDR0209||Royal Canadian Air Cadets, 132 Spitfire Squadron||Pauline Vanier School
56 Oaklea Blvd.
Brampton, ON L6Y 4W7
|905-874-1314||Air Cadet Sqn. for young people promoting leadership skills, physical fitness and good citizenship.||6:45 pm - 9:15 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0210||Royal Canadian Air Cadets, 758 Brampton Argus Squadron||55 Avondale Blvd.
Brampton, ON L6T 1H1
|905-793-7992||Air cadet corp for young people promoting leadership skills, physical fitness and good citizenship.||Mon 6:30-9:30pm||Add Record|
|CDR0211||Royal Canadian Air Cadets, 800 Black Forest Squadron||Our Lady of Mount Carmel Secondary School
3700 Trelawney Circle
Mississauga, ON L5N 5J7
|905-814-0509||Air Cadet Squadron for young people promoting leadership skills; physical fitness and good citizenship. Uniforms provided at no charge. For more information about the cadet program, check the web site www.cadets.ca||6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.||Add Record|
|CDR0212||Royal Canadian Air Cadets, 845 Avro Arrow Squadron||60 South Service Road
|416-996-3309||Air cadet corp for young people promoting leadership skills; physical fitness and good citizenship.||Add Record|
|CDR0213||Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, 105 Streetsville RCACC||Streetsville Community Cadet Centre
170 Church St
Mississauga, ON L5M 2M3
|905-826-6237||Army Cadets provides a program of activities to young people to develop good citizenship, leadership and physical fitness. Includes military training, public speaking, leadership, first aid, citizenship and a wide range of activities including band, sports, biathalon, orienteering, fieldcraft, map and compass use, camping, watermanship, snowshoeing, skiing, and other interest activities.||Add Record|
|CDR0214||Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, 2824 Cadet Organization Police School||Headquarters
180 Derry Rd E
Brampton, ON L6V 3W6
|905-453-2121 ext 3890||Army Cadets (co-sponsored by the Peel Regional Police and the Department of National Defence) provides a program of activities to young people to develop good citizenship, leadership and physical fitness. Includes military training, public speaking, leadership, first aid, citizenship and a wide range of activities including band, sports, biathalon, orienteering, fieldcraft, map and compass use, camping, watermanship, snowshoeing, skiing, and other interest activities.||Add Record|
|CDR0215||Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, 557 Lorne Scots||Brampton Armouries
12 Chapel Street
Brampton, ON L6S 4X9
|905-872-5570||Army cadets. Provides a program of activities to young people to develop good citizenship, leadership and physical fitness. Includes military training, public speaking, leadership, first aid, citizenship, band, sports, orienteering, fieldcraft, map and compass use, camping, watermanship, snowshoeing, skiing, hiking, marksmanship, team building, community service hours, free summer camps and other interest activities.||Wed 6:45pm-9:30pm||Add Record|
|CDR0216||Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, 676 Lorne Scots RCACC||Georgetown Armoury
91 Todd Rd
Georgetown, ON L7G 4R8
|905-877-6655||Army Cadets is a free program for young men and women 12-18 providing the opportunity to test your limits through participation in challenging and exciting activities. Army Cadets is the oldest and one of the largest youth programs in Canada with a focus on outdoor adventure activities. Participation in the 676 counts towards High School community hours and is a great way to meet new people.||Add Record|
|CDR0217||Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps, Illustrious||12 Chapel St
Brampton, ON L6W 2A9
|647-338-6289||Youth program offering training in seamanship, citizenship, leadership, sailing, instructional technique, marksmanship, physical fitness, drill and naval history and traditions.||Add Record|
|CDR0039||Scouts Canada, Brampton, Mississauga & Caledon||5-3024 Hurontario Street, Ste 305
Mississauga, ON L5B 4P4
*905-510-6635 (Brampton & Caledon)
|Helps youth become responsible members of the community and provides opportunities and guidance for their mental, physical and social development.
Sections include: Beaver Scouts (5-7yrs), Cub Scouts ( 8-11 yrs) Scouts(12-14 yrs) Venturer Scouts (15-17 yrs) Rover Scouts (18-25 yrs)
Adults volunteers needed to run programs: contact Area Commissioner for more details.
|CDR0219||Scouts Canada, Central Escarpment Council||10 Kodiak Crescent, Suite 120
Toronto, ON M3J 3G5
|416-490-6364||Provides opportunities and guidance for youth and young adults in their mental, physical, social and spiritual development.
Groups include: * Beavers (5-7yrs) * Cubs(8-10yrs) * Scouts(11-13yrs) * Venturers(14-17yrs) * Rovers(18-25yrs)
Peel Region groups include:
YELLOW BRIAR (Bramalea, Caledon, Bolton): Area Commissioner; email@example.com
CREDIT HILLS - (Brampton) Area Commissioner; firstname.lastname@example.org
MISSISSAUGA: Area Commissioner; email@example.com
Also operates 2 stores selling uniforms, badges, and other related items at the following locations:
MISSISSAUGA SCOUT SHOP
13-4665 Central Parkway E, Mississauga, ON L4Z 2V5
South east corner of Central Parkway East and Eglinton Ave.
Located in the plaza behind the Shell Gas Station
One block west of Highway 403
165 Randall St, Oakville
Between QEW & Lakeshore Rd; W of Trafalgar Rd
Area Support Manager is responsible for Brampton, Caledon is Justin Way - firstname.lastname@example.org; and for Mississauga is Ed Balyk, email@example.com
|CAL0005||Scouts Canada, Central Escarpment Council, Yellow Briar Area||Aim is to help youth develop their character as resourceful and responsible members of the community by providing opportunities and guidance for their mental, physical, social and spiritual development.
|CAL0230||Scouts Canada, Central Escarpment Council, Yellow Briar Area, 1st Bolton||Aim is to help youth develop their character as resourceful and responsible members of the community by providing opportunities and guidance for their mental, physical and spiritual development.||Add Record|