City Centre Community Centre has 6 Youth Leadership Volunteer Teams! Leadership Teams meet weekly during the school year to plan projects and initiatives around their Team themes.
We believe in teamwork. Youth Leadership Team Members learn effective communication, project management and marketing skills through exploration and collaboration. Members are also given opportunities to step up into Co-Captain, Events/Logistic Director, Marketing Director, and External Director Leadership roles when they feel ready as well.
How to Join
Recruitment for the 2021/2022 Year is now live here.
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City Centre’s Youth Leadership Teams
Meetings: Thursdays 4:00 – 5:00pm
Footprints is a team based on arts, culture, and music. Footprints focuses on creative, culturally-safe initiatives through Andante Cafe, their Winter Carnival, and community-led collaborations.
Meetings: Thursdays: 5:00 – 6:00pm
C-Change is a team based on social justice and mental health. C-Change advocates for systemic equity for communities who have been made marginalized through action-oriented conversation, initiatives, and community-led collaborations.
Meetings: Thursdays: 7:15 – 8:15pm
Beta-U stands for Business, Entrepreneurship, Teamwork and U! Beta-U focuses on networking and professional development opportunities through case competitions, business initiatives, and external collaborations.
Meetings: Tuesdays 7:30-8:30PM
Fearless is a team focused on women empowerment. They adopt an intersectional, anti-oppressive lens through their work. FEARLESS advocates for women and non-binary folks through action-oriented conversation, initiatives, and community-led collaborations.
Meetings Fridays 5:15 – 6:15pm
We’re Here! is a team based on acceptance, diversity, and inclusion. We’re Here! focuses on LGBTQ2S+ initiatives, advocacy, and community-led collaborations.
Meetings Wednesdays 4:15 – 5:15pm
Intergen is a team based on positive and healthy aging. Intergen focuses on combating ageism through low-barrier programming and intergenerational relationships with local seniors.