Scadding Court Community Centre
  • Phone :

    416.392.0335

  • Address :

    707 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 2W6

  • Email :

    scccinfo@scaddingcourt.org

Scadding Court Community Centre offers  a wide array of programs and services for young people. From traditional recreation programs to arts and culture based projects and activities, there are so many ways for youth to be engaged in the neighbourhood.

More info about our programs coming soon!

Go to Youth Program Online

 

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

WHO Youth of all ages
WHAT Badminton, Basketball, Volleyball, Ball-Hockey
WHY To provide opportunities for physical activity, team-building, physical and social skills development, making friends and having fun.
WHEN See Program Schedule
CONTACT Labib at 647-370-1171, labib@scaddingcourt.org
WHO Youth aged 13- 17 who are newcomers (refugees, permanent residents) to Canada
WHAT Free assistance with homework, resume help, scholarship applications, post- secondary applications, and essay editing
WHY To support newcomer youth in achieving success in school, developing friendships, accessing programs and services, learning about Canadian culture and getting connected to their community
WHEN Wednesdays & Thursdays 4:00pm – 6:00pm from October 7, 2021- June 8, 2022
CONTACT Labib at 647-370-1171, labib@scaddingcourt.org
Click here to see poster of the program
WHO Youth in the community
WHAT Youth learn the techniques and skills associated with boxing
WHY This program helps youth understand the basics of boxing, hone their skills and have an opportunity to learn with professional trainers
WHEN Mondays, 5:30-7pm
CONTACT Labib at 647-370-1171, labib@scaddingcourt.org
Click here to see poster of the program

 

WOMEN’S BOXING AND FITNESS PROGRAM 

WHO All women aged 13+
WHAT Beginner level boxing classes
WHY To support newcomer youth in achieving success in school, developing friendships, accessing programs and services, learning about Canadian culture and getting connected to their community
WHEN Fridays from 6:00pm – 7:30pm until June 24, 2022
CONTACT Labib at 647-370-1171, labib@scaddingcourt.org
Click here to see poster of the program

Investing in Our Diversity Scholarship 2022

Prospective applicants can attend one info session to learn more about the benefits of the IIOD scholarships and how to make their applications stand out. 
2022 Scholarship is over. 2023 scholarships will be announced end of this year 2022.

 

2022 APPLICATION FORM       IIOD  FAQs 2022         IIOD POSTER 2022            2021 WINNERS PROGRAMME

 

For more information on 2022 IIOD Scholarship, visit here

 

Background:

Since 2003, Scadding Court Community Centre has partnered with Toronto Community Housing, Toronto Police Services and other partners to provide scholarship opportunities to marginalized youth living in low-income housing across the City.

 

Investing in Our Diversity (IIOD) is a unique scholarship program, as recipients are chosen based not solely upon academic achievements, but also on demonstrated leadership in diversity, anti-racism and safety projects in their communities. It also gives applicants access to field-related employment opportunities, career building support and meaningful networks. Through our GTA-wide academic partners, recipients also receive a second year matching scholarship to students who maintain a specific GPA.

 

Over 17 years, IIOD has awarded over 500 students more than $1M in scholarships.

 

Providing equitable opportunities for young people to develop new skills, explore their interests, and enhance pride in their communities help make neighbourhoods safer, healthier, and stronger.

 

As of 2018, Toronto Community Housing took on the lead coordination role with the Scholarship Program. Please visit the Toronto Community Housing Website for more information, or if there is a specific question for our local community, please send a note to scccinfo@scaddingcourt.org if you live in the Atkinson Co-op, or broader Alexandra Park neighbourhood.

 

To know about our partners, Click here.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and social distancing measures, this program has been modified for virtual format. Please visit our Online workshops and Live Talks

 

WHO Local youth (aged 16-24) who are or have been impacted by mental health and substance use challenges.
WHAT HeARTwork features:

  • Interactive workshops for youth to chat with one another and share their own experiences around mental health, community, and resiliency
  • A certificate of completion
WHY This arts-based workshop series is for youth (aged 16-24) who are or have been affected by mental health and substance use challenges. Peer-led group discussions on health promotion, substance use prevention, and harm reduction; youth-led music production (beat production, studio time), workshops, visual arts (animation, painting, etc.), photography, beauty/wellness, spoken word and writing workshops with guest facilitation by local Toronto artists. Youth learn fundamentals of presenting at, and curating, arts showcases. The Program includes: an overnight retreat for youth to chat with one another and share their own experiences around mental health, community, and resiliency, and a certificate of completion.
WHEN Check HeARTwork flyer
CONTACT labib@scaddingcourt.org     heartwork@scaddingcourt.org

SUMMER PROGRAMS

WHO Youth aged 13 – 17
WHAT An intensive summer leadership program that includes workshops, job skills development, volunteerism, field trips and fun!
WHY To develop local youth leadership, build employment-related skills and networks and to engage young people in their community.
WHEN Weekdays 9:00am – 5:00pm (July and August)
CONTACT 416-392-0335

2022 Newcomer’s Leader-In-Training Program
July – August, Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm

We are accepting youth to the program. I have attached a flyer. Below are some details of the program.

  • Monday to Friday approximately 5-6 hours per day.  
  • Ages 13 to 17 (youth) 
  • Participate with other newcomers to do daily leadership building activities per day 
  • Activities include, sailing, pottery, sewing, running some kids’ summer camp programs, field trips etc. [to be confirmed]
  • Will receive volunteer hours 
  • $100 honorarium at the end 
  • A chance to improve your English-speaking skills
  • Must be a permanent resident or convention refugee

Click here to download the flyer and form