Train for Trades - An innovative housing and social enterprise project focusing on “green jobs” employment training for homeless youth

Train for Trades - An innovative housing and social enterprise project focusing on “green jobs” employment training for homeless youth

Responding to Youth Homelessness: A Systems Approach Learning Series - Session #6 Keynote: Sheldon Pollett, Executive Director of Choices for Youth In the 6th session of our learning series on youth homelessness, Sheldon Pollett presents "Train for Trades" - an innovative housing & social enterprise project focusing on “green jobs” employment training for homeless youth.



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Case Study: Choices for Youth Train for Trades
Gaetz, Stephen; O’Grady, Bill; Buccieri, Kristy; Karabanow, Jeff; & Marsolais, Allyson (Eds.), (2013) Youth Homelessness in Canada: Implications for Policy and Practice. Toronto: Canadian Homelessness Research Network Press.

This learning series was made possible by a United Way York Region partnership with York University’s Knowledge Mobilization (KMb) Unit funded through a Public Outreach Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC); the Canadian Homelessness Research Network and Eva’s National Initiatives Program.

PUBLICATION DATE: 2013
LOCATION: Markham Convergence Centre, Markham, ON