Youth Incubator Program

HeadHeartHand Foundation
2 min readDec 20, 2022

A youth-focused empowerment program to promote Holistic Education

HeadHeartHand Foundation, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada- Youth Incubator Program

Vancouver, BC — Youths between the ages of 18–35 years old residing in Metro Vancouver are getting an opportunity to participate in a one-year Youth Incubator Program. The Youth Incubator Program is organized by HeadHeartHand (3H) Foundation, a black-led non-profit registered charity and sponsored by the Prospera Foundation, one of the largest credit union foundations in Canada.

The vision of the incubator program is to create an environment for a structured series of empowerment program for youths on Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Communication Skills. This will be in the form of seminar, workshop and role play that depict real life and career scenarios. The program is also designed to support youth at all skill levels to improve their foundational and transferable skills to better prepare for, get and keep a job, and adapt and succeed at work.

Interested youths are invited to contact the undersigned for registration. Programs will be delivered in a hybrid model, physical and online to accommodate those in distant locations.

About the Prospera Foundation

The Prospera Foundation is a registered charity that has provided more than $5.7 million in financial support to local organizations since 1992. Last year, Prospera donated $500,000 to the Foundation, making it one of the largest credit union foundations in Canada.

EVENT DETAILS:

WHAT: 3HFoundation Youth Incubator Program

WHEN: November 2022 — September 2023

WHERE: Metro Vancouver, BC, Hybrid model [physical and online]

For inquiries and registration please contact:

236 429 2507: Adebola Ige [Program Lead, HeadHeartHand (3H) Foundation]

Program@3hfoundation.ca https://www.3hfoundation.ca/events

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HeadHeartHand Foundation

A black-led non-profit registered charity focused on youth empowerment and community development