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Expert Nadine Spencer
Founder and CEO, BrandEQ Group.
Digital Thought Leader and Founder of The Tech Effect
Expert Mohamed Elmi
Executive Director of the Diversity Institute
Expert Sylvia Orrico
Professor, Business Department of Centennial College
Expert Saifur Rahman
Professor and Program Coordinator, School of Management, George Brown College.
Partnership Development Manager, Diversity Institute
Co-Founder and the Managing Partner at BlackTech Capital (“BTC”) and the Founder & CEO of Enliten
Expert Uchechi Ezurike-Bosse
Business & Lifestyle Strategist/Founder, My Empowered Living
Vice President of BrandEQ Group
Senior Business Analyst Thomson Reuters
Expert Helen Tewolde
Director of the University of Toronto’s Access Programs Support Office
Creative Marketing Strategist
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Register now to take advantage of this opportunity. The registration form is easy to complete and takes only a few minutes. Once you submit your registration form, our team will contact you with more information about the program and the next steps.

Join us in the ADaPT for Black Youth Program

Hours of online learning
Hours of asynchronous learning
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I absolutely love the fact that people were able to catch up on the course and that it was open to everyone at any time. I love that there wasn’t discrimination or hate toward any of us. Instead we were being encouraged to learn, we were taught skills that will help us in any field of study, work we choose. We were taught lasting skills, skills to make us stand out in the crowd. I love what AdaPt is doing for the youth community.

Our Partners

ADaPT for Black Youth is made possible through the collaboration of several partners committed to building a diverse workforce by providing Black youth with the skills, resources, and support they need to succeed in today’s digital economy.
Diversity Institute
Toronto Metropolitan University
Partner St Laurence College
Partner City of Kingston
Partner Windsor - W5 Windsor Women Working with Immigrant Women

Join Us as a Mentor in the ADAPT for Black Youth Program and Make a Difference!

Are you passionate about empowering the next generation of Black youth and making a positive impact in their lives?

The Advanced Digital and Professional Training Program (ADAPT) for Black Youth is a new initiative aimed at supporting Black Youth in developing skills they need to secure work opportunities.

What We're Looking For:

We are seeking mentors who are experienced professionals in their respective fields and are committed to uplifting the next generation of Black youth. Your cultural background and shared experiences will help create a relatable and understanding mentor-mentee relationship.

Join Us in Empowering Change:

By becoming a mentor in the ADAPT for Black Youth Mentorship Program, you will be contributing to the development of future leaders and change-makers in our community. Your guidance and support will help these young individuals overcome barriers and achieve their goals, instilling in them a sense of pride, resilience, and determination.

Ready to hire an ADaPTer?

Access up to $7000 in wage subsidy by hiring an ADaPTer!

ADaPT of Black Youth is a transformative initiative that provides Black youth with the necessary skills and opportunities to thrive in the modern workforce. These talented individuals receive comprehensive digital training, mentorship, and support through our program, preparing them to make meaningful contributions to various industries.

One of our program’s key aspects is connecting our digitally trained young Black talent with businesses like you, while accessing up to $7,000 in subsidy in the process. This subsidy is a testament to our commitment to supporting the youth and the growth of Black-owned businesses.

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