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  1. Leaders in TrainingProvided by: Camp Segunakadeck - AKA: Camp Seggie
    Christian-based program to help students learn leadership skills. Includes a training weekend, canoe trip weekend and 1-2 weeks service at Camp during summer camp weeks.
  2. Helps young adults prepare to build employability skills so they can find new or higher paying work. Participants will: Attend 12 weeks of in-class and experience/activity based learning Learn how to set and achieve positive life and work goals Develop individ...
  3. Helps young parents prepare to find new or higher paying jobs and improve their lives through a 12-week life management, employment and parenting skills program. Participants will: Take part in classroom learning and experiences/activities  Identify their stre...
  4. REACH ProgramProvided by: REACH Foundation - AKA: REACH
    Participants take part in a 16-week day program to help them in early recovery from mental health or addictions issues as they prepare to transition back to work or school. The program is multi-faceted and includes: Regular one-on-one support from staff and re...
  5. Participants learn about skilled trades and hospitality as career options. Program is delivered through workshops and information sharing. Two programs available: Trades: Provides information about: The skilled trades * Provincially regulated apprenticeship pr...
  6. Summer program for high school students who are returning to school in the fall. The program engages youth and encourages participants to continue high school and pursue post-secondary education by: Creating positive employment work sites Providing job related...
  7. Provides high school students with an opportunity to explore trade career options and gain a head start on the post-secondary apprenticeship training program.Note: Students must already be employed with a suitable employer in a designated trade. A list of desi...
  8. SkillsPEI - Youth Internship ProgramProvided by: Government of Prince Edward Island - Department of Education and Lifelong Learning - AKA: Formerly Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture
    Provides youth with an opportunity to develop skills, with an overall emphasis on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) by offering various internships throughout the year that last approximately 12 weeks each. Four host organizations are responsible ...
  9. 12-week program that helps youth overcome barriers in education and employment through a focus on life and employment skills. Program includes: Business and college tours Talks by professionals from various fields Upon completion of the program, participants h...
  10. Youth become involved with their community through service projects they create, plan, and put into action. Groups meet 1-3 times a week to discuss issues they and the community struggle with and decide on a specific one to tackle. Participants gain employabil...