The Hamilton Youth Entrepreneurship Hub connects young people (aged 15-29) with experts to workshop ideas and develop skills.
In 2010, When Amr was just 17, he decided to do something radical and something counter-cultural. He decided that downtown Hamilton needed a youth centre, and he decided that he was going to put youth at the top of it.
Sisters4Sisters empowers women by raising money and awareness for women-focused organizations.
HYP was created in order to give Hamilton youth a chance to have their voices heard, as well as to expose them to the world of linguistic art. Spoken word is a chance for youth to speak their minds!! Twice a year the slam is open to all ages and everyone who competes in the slam will earn points to compete in finals and to making it on to the team!
Tarek Ajak is a Hamilton-based musician and rapper who performs under the stage name of Mother Tareka. He left Syria with his family when he was in High School during the 1990s and moved to Toronto. Tarek is a youth worker that engages immigrant youth through music and hip hop.
The youth that participate in the Hamilton Youth Poetry Slam are courageous, passionate, inspiring, funny, political and always evolving, said organizer, Nea Reid. The Hamilton Youth Poetry Slam is a competition where young poets perform their work on stage and have them scored by judges. The slam provides a platform for issues to be spoken… Continue reading Slam: The face of Hamilton’s youth poetry scene