7 Programs in 3 Countries.

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Award Winning

YEP has received awards locally, nationally and internationally — including one from the United Nations.

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I came because I like helping people… It’s the same as helping my own parents. – In Regent Park, students become the teachers

Hoore JanatAge 13

We want our kids to see that they can give back to their community. YEP’s program does just that: it empowers kids to feel like they have something to offer. They carry a lot of knowledge with them. They can teach their unique skills to the community.

Jason KandankeryPrincipal, Nelson Mandela Park Public School

This program is based on a pattern in many immigrant households: children teaching their parents English and computer skills. YEP is an innovative approach to improving outcomes for newcomers and building leadership skills in youth. The success of YEP is not surprising.

Carolyn AckerOrder of Canada; Founder of Pathways to Education

(YEP has) enhanced the quality of life for many Ontarians. I am always impressed by individuals who understand how important it is for us, as members of a caring and compassionate society, to assist one another in times of need.

Dalton McGuintyFormer Premier of Ontario

We aim to (award) highly innovative projects that promote cross-cultural understanding, immigration and integration between people and communities across the globe. (We) identified YEP as a unique social innovation […] to be implemented across cultures and communities in Toronto and around the world.

Daniel Cerván-GilUnited Nations Alliance of Civilizations