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506-755-9295

Hours of operation: 
Monday - Friday 
8:30am - 4:30pm

Youth Engagement Services

The Youth Engagement Worker works with newcomer youth across Charlotte County developing diverse programs and activities to help youth develop new and existing skills, make new friends, and feel connected to their community. We welcome all newcomer youth and encourage everyone to share their thoughts, ideas and their cultures with us! 

After High School Workshop

Youth entering grades 11 & 12 are invited to join a new workshop that will help you with the transition to life after high school, whatever that may look like for you!
This event is open to both CCMA Youth & Community Youth!!!
St. Stephen at the CCMA Office – Mondays at 3:30pm
St. Andrews at the Ross Memorial Library – Tuesdays at 3:30pm
St. George at the CCMA office – Wednesdays at 3:30pm
Grand Manan via Zoom – Wednesdays at 3:30pm

Registration is required, please contact Madison at youth@ccmanb.com or (506) 754-5822

Youth Events

All Youth activities are required Registration,
please contact Madison at youth@ccmanb.com or by phone (506) 754-5822

Volunteering with the CCMA

CCMA relies heavily on its volunteers for fulfilling its mandate of successfully settling newcomers into Charlotte County. Volunteers help with many aspects of the organization, from volunteering on an ad-hoc basis to help at CCMA events, to committing to a more long-term involvement of working with individual newcomers on a one to one basis. Additionally, volunteers also help out at the CCMA office as needed.

Volunteers wishing to work one-on-one with newcomers, have to first apply to the CCMA to volunteer, undergo a screening process, required a clean Vulnerable Sector Police Check, and receive cross-cultural training. Volunteers are then matched as appropriate to a newcomer.

Please contact youth@ccmanb.com to learn more about volunteering with the CCMA.

Youth Engagement in Photo Series