CROSS-SECTOR COLLABORATION SERVING TORONTO YOUTH
ABOUT THE SLYE NETWORK
The SLYE Network is a grassroots, cross-sector collaboration (inclusive of partners from sectors such as government, non-government, faith/cultural groups, private business, schools) that works towards increased community engagement and equitable access to services for Toronto youth.
Monthly network meetings are organized so that members have the opportunity to meet new people who are invested in youth, to share their resources, and to find new ways to collaborate. If you are interested in joining the SLYE Network, please contact us!
SLYE NETWORK MEETINGS
CALLING ALL YOUTH SERVICE PROVIDERS!
The SLYE Network consists of folks from various youth-serving agencies across Toronto, who come together to discuss how we can work together to better serve our youth. We also share agency resources, and strategies that we are using during this time. We would love to have you join us and work together to find ways we can continue to connect and collaborate!
Our next meeting will be on June 8th, 2021 from 10AM-11:30AM.
SLYE NETWORK PARTNERS
If you're interested in joining the SLYE Network, please fill out the form below, and your name and organization will be added to our SLYE Network Contact List!
We also have Subcommittees, which are groups of organizations who come together, with us, to work towards creating workshops, programs, events, and more for youth, based off of their organization's focus. We have 4 subcommittees: Health & Wellness, Employment & Mentoring, Volunteering & Leadership, Arts & Culture, and Sports & Recreation. Registration to be a part of one of these subcommittees is done in January.
Click the button below to check out some of our previous and present subcommittee events!
SLYE NETWORK SERVICE MAP
The SLYE Network Service Map was created to help categorize the youth programs provided by our network. It is a useful tool to highlight where most of our network's programs are concentrated and where there are gaps.
The service map is updated monthly and shared annually with high schools and community organizations to help increase youth referrals.