The In School Settlement Program operates in schools across the city offering comprehensive, client centered settlement services, and delivering information sessions and workshops on housing, employment, Canadian customs, traditions, and more.
The Volunteer Resources department was developed in 2016. CBFY believes that volunteerism is an influential tool of engaging both long-term and new Canadians in helping to overcome the challenges faced by immigrant and refugee youth and their families.
The Afterschool Program works with immigrant youth throughout their school years (grades 1-12) and focuses on keeping youth positively engaged by providing academic support, English development, recreational and healthy life skills.
The RBC Youth Empowerment Program uses a holistic approach to help high school immigrant and English learners to overcome challenges in the classroom. We offer free tutoring in math, sciences, literacy, and writing.
The Mentorship Program introduces immigrant youth (grades 7 – 12) to Calgary through afterschool programs, peer mentoring, field trips and one-on-one support. Our mentors provide a support system by offering school tours, translation and friendship.
The Transitioning into Post-Secondary Program (TIPS) prepares newcomer high school youth for their transition into post-secondary education or training, by matching them with U of C student mentors who provide information, resources and support.
Nicky Ford, born and raised in the UK, moved to Canada in 2013. He started volunteering with CBFY in July 2019. Nicky hopes to become a teacher and is beginning Bachelor of Education at Mount Royal University in September. “Nicky started volunteering with Nickle...
“We suddenly saw one of our students –a brand new refugee who did not know any English – playing basketball with the other boys!” a facilitator of our Bridge Summer Program remarked. 2019 Bridge Afterschool Summer Program opened the doors for hundreds of refugee and...
On July 27, 2019, families kicked off their weekend with fun and celebration for diversity at BridgeFest, hosted by The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth. Children got to explore different cultural crafts and snacks, while enjoying amazing performances by the Jiang...
On Friday, July 19, several CBFY staff members had the pleasure to attend a citizenship ceremony. We were honoured to be present and support Michael Landesman and all of the other newcomers to Canada as they became Canadian citizens! Congratulations to Sandra Jimenez...
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