Join us for an unforgettable summer adventure at Find Your Path Canada’s Afrocentric Mentorship & Leadership Program from July 31st to August 5th, 2023! For years, our programming has helped Toronto youth ages 12 to 16 develop a wide range of leadership and academic skills in a fun and supportive environment. Whether you see yourself as a natural leader or are just starting to build your confidence, this program is for you!

Our team of Black university student mentors will guide you through engaging workshops in engineering, history, medicine and more— helping you build the skills you need to succeed academically and in life. You’ll also have the chance to learn from inspiring Black professionals and leaders, and explore Afrocentric themes and principles through exciting activities and field trips. Experience the power of mentorship and explore the rich history and culture of the African diaspora as you engage your curiosity and expand your horizons with Afrocentric-focused workshops.

This program is designed to empower all participants, regardless of their academic background or achievements. We prioritize a welcoming and encouraging atmosphere where everyone can feel comfortable and motivated to learn at their own pace. Plus, we’ll provide free lunch, snacks, and transportation reimbursement to make sure you can focus on learning and having fun!

This FREE program is brought to you by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and will take place in Victoria College at the University of Toronto. Sign up below!

Have any questions? Shoot us an email at or give us a call at (647) 774-6186!


The Find Your Path Virtual Tutoring program will run from October 2022 to June 2023. Online sessions will run every Monday to Thursday from 4-7pm over Zoom. This program is designed for students in Grade 6 – 12 who are struggling with English, Math or Science. Each student will be paired up with a tutor who has a significant amount of experience with their subject and will have weekly, one-hour, 1-on-1 tutoring sessions with them for the school year. Priority for entrance to this program will be given to low-income students and Black-identifying students.

We are also looking for tutors who have demonstrated high levels of competency in English, Math or Science at the Grade 6 -12 level and are willing to provide academic support to our students. This is a great opportunity to help young students with their school work as well as an excellent professional opportunity for students currently enrolled in a Master’s of Teaching Program or other concurrent education programs. Please note, you do not have to self identify as Black to tutor in this program.

Sign up to be a participant or apply to be a tutor below! If you have any questions, please email us at

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