The CEE Centre For Young Black Professionals is a charity dedicated to addressing economic and social barriers affecting black youth (18-29 years). We offer programs to improve their careers, education and empowerment (CEE) that are holistic, person-centered and culturally relevant. Based in Toronto, we work to strengthen the social service sector in the city by providing training in areas of responsive programming, trauma-informed care and cultural competence to front-line workers.
We focus on black youth CEE advances the economic and social development of Black youth facing multiple barriers to employment: unemployment, low incomes, anti-Black racism, conflict with the law, being young parents, trauma, and lack of secondary or post-secondary education, among others. Our programs have a 80% (or more) student retention rate Through our holistic… Continue reading Why we are unique
Success Story – Anthony Kitchen Masters Program (12 or 16 weeks?) 81% of participants transitioned to career opportunities 91% of participants completed career development training 91% of participant’s implementing stable lifestyle, coping and stress strategies learned through the program Trade Linx Program (12 weeks) 85% of members have received all safety tickets (safety certificates)… Continue reading Our impact
Make a difference to black youth in Toronto Imagine a time when all black youth receive opportunities. You can reduce the barriers a black youth faces to find a job and/or finish education. To invest in the talent of black youth, we are the best way. $50 pays for TTC fare for our Trade Linx… Continue reading Donate