Youth and the Friendship Centre Movement. Youth Structure. National Youth Council (AYC) Priorities.
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The Aboriginal Youth Council (AYC) is here to represent the interests of those youth accessing Friendship Centres all over Canada. Recently a strategic planning exercise identified the following priorities:
(for more information contact your provincial/territorial association)
by being a part of either the PAYC or AYC you get to travel all over Canada (and maybe other countries) for the work that you will be doing.
Volunteering in a position like this can lead to awesome jobs. This experience leads to more jobs and will help in school too.
With all the traveling, you get to meet many different kinds of people. Some of them become your friends for life!
Being involved helps you develop the skills that will help you in the future. Whether it’s with a job, or your family or in your community.
BCAAFC – www.bcaafc.com
ANFCA - www.albertafriendshipcentres.ca
AFCS - www.afcs.com
OFIFC – www.ofifc.org
Regroupment – 418-842-6354
NT/NU CFC – 867-874-2792
National Association of Friendship Centres - Jocelyn Formsma
Phone: 613-563-4844 ext. 332