Outside-In: Rethinking education, training and work – Part 1

by Samantha Walsh

Like the traveller in the opening quote, many youth take the road less travelled though they may not be doing so intentionally, but out of necessity. The Outside-In Project is an initiative designed to support youth, ages 15-29, with invisible and episodic disabilities who are taking the road less traveled in their search for meaningful employment. 

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Outside-IN provides a diverse set of individualized youth training and mentorship programs informed by current demands. This means you can apply what you learn immediately, be paid for your work, receive recognition and feedback regarding your skills, and continue to gain skills at your own pace.

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