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Remote Internship ProgramCurrent
Since 2020 Skills For Hope Foundation has provided remote internship opportunities to Post-secondary students. Since 2020, students at UBC, SFU, KPU, OIES, McGill, York, and Douglas College have completed their Internships with SFHF. The internships with SFH have several benefits for the students. It provides practical experience in real-world settings, develops valuable skills, enhances employability, expands their network, nurtures confidence, develops professionalism and gives the students a greater understanding of the non-profit world.
Skills For Hope Partners with the United Way School’s Out ProgramCurrent
Because of Skills for Hope Foundation, local kids and youth growing up in vulnerable communities will be supported to have the best possible start in life and have equal opportunity to success as their peers through academic and holistic support and development. Through the program, students receive support with their schoolwork, gain people skills and friendships, and work to develop positive relationships with supportive adults.
Skills For Hope Foundation Donated Art Supplies for the Youth at Covenant HouseCompletedAugust 2020
Skills For Hope Foundation donated Art Supplies for the vulnerable and at-risk youth in the Art Therapy Program, at Covenant House, Vancouver. The “Art Supplies will enable the youth to engage in the healing process alongside the clinical counsellors and art therapists”. Completed August 2020.
Skills For Hope Foundation partners with Geering up UBC, to provide STEM ProgramsCompleted2018-2022
The Programs provide opportunities for youth to explore science and engineering through hands-on, interactive workshops, to develop their interest in STEM education and STEM careers. Programs are held in Vancouver and North Vancouver.
Skills For Hope Foundation partners with Science Alive SFU to provide STEM ProgramsCompleted2018 - 2020
The Programs provide opportunities for youth to explore science through hands-on, interactive workshops, to develop their interest in STEM education and STEM careers. Programs are held in Vancouver and Burnaby. 2018 to Current
Hosting/Mentoring an Externship MBA Graduate StudentCompletedApril 2018
Skills for Hope Foundation hosted and mentored an MBA student in the Externship Program at Simon Fraser University (SFU) for one week.
Free English for Academic Purposes ProgramsCompleted2015 - December 2017
Our free English for Academic Purposes programs includes online International English Language Testing System Preparatory (IELTS) and Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Individuals completed the preparatory programs enabling them to gain scores that meet the English requirements for entry into higher education and employment.
Free English Learning ProgramsCompleted2015 - December 2017
Our free on-line General English learning Programs include all levels: Beginners, Elementary, Intermediate, General IELTS (International English Language Testing System) and Literacy. Learners include individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds speaking different languages. Learners goals are entering vocational courses or getting employment.
SFH partners with University of British Columbia SSE Kenya ProgramCompleted2015-2017
The University of British Columbia SSE Kenya program delivers free training on the development of business plans, to youths in need living in Kenya; thus assisting in the development of their entrepreneurial skills. 2015, 2017.
Sports Skills Development at BGC BCCompletedJuly 2013
As part of our Adopt-A-Skill Program, volunteers including Sayed Tejani and Rafael Wood encouraged Sports Skills at one Boys and Girls Club (BGC) of South Coast BC. Canada. They also donated Sports equipment ranging from hockey nets to dodge balls and presented to the kids and the team. These will assist in the development of Sports skills of the youths that attend the BGC, thus positively impact on their lives for many years. The BGC is a valued non-profit organization that provides many different services and programs that help young people in the community. July 2013.