GeneratioNeXt Youth Business/Employment Incubator

Are you interested in becoming an entrepreneur or are you looking for employment ?

Don't look further, GeneratioNeXt will help you develop, launch and sustain your business or social enterprise and/or help you develop "general" and "soft" employment skills required to secure and retain employment. 

GeneratioNeXt Ward 13 is a bilingual employment and entrepreneurship incubation program offering services to youth aged 13 to 29 years old seeking employment, interested in starting a business, or interested in self-employment. The program aims to enable youth to fulfill their full potential by supporting them with a variety of entrepreneurial coaching and support services, employment and skills development services.

1. The Entrepreneurial Path: GeneratioNeXtEnt is an entrepreneurial program divided in three phases. This entrepreneurial program will help youth:  

  • Explore self-employment as a viable career
  • Learn from experienced business professionals and educators in a supportive environment
  • Develop a practical, actionable business plan that youth can use to implement their business idea
  • Create a business that can earn income for you on a part time basis or as a full-time career
  • Access low cost financing to develop your business

 3 phases of incubation space

Our incubation space will give you access to free training, free space, free coaching and mentoring support, networking opportunities, and much more. If you want to learn more, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

We are currently recruiting a new cohort of young entrepreneurs, to register click here: https://form.jotform.com/90704298982267

 

2. The Employment Path: GeneratioNeXtEmp focuses on helping youth develop “soft” and “general” skills to secure and retain employment. It is a personalized 6 month to a year PRE-EMPLOYMENT program. Youth can drop-in at any time after-school or all-day during school breaks. Youth can access:

6 phases employment space

If you want to learn more about our employment path, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

We would like to thank The Royal Bank of Canada for funding our Youth Business/Employment Incubator 

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Rideau-Rockcliffe Community
Resource Centre is moving!

The Centre is moving from Donald Street to the new Rideau Community Hub at 815 St. Laurent Blvd. This is the former Rideau High School on St. Laurent near McArthur. 

We will be closed from December 23 to January 5 and will start serving clients from the new location on January 6, 2020.

New location, same services

The centre will have the same:

  • Programs and services
  • Staff and volunteers
  • Website and phone number

We are excited to serve clients at our new location. We serve residents in city Ward 13, where the city councillor is Rawlson King. This runs from highway 417 up to the Ottawa River (except Vanier) and from the Rideau River east to Blair Road. We are currently in the southern portion of this area and the new location is more central.

Carson's Community House will remain at 710 Carsons Rd.

Getting to the new location

Our new location at 815 St. Laurent Blvd has more parking. And, it’s served by several bus routes.

Bus 7 passes directly in front of 815 St. Laurent Blvd. Buses 14, 19, 20 and 27 run nearby.

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Getting to the new location

From Overbrook: Starting at Rideau Rockcliffe Community Resource Centre on Donald Street, take the 19 (direction St-Laurent) and get off on St. Laurent and Coventry (approximately 6 minutes). Cross to the other side of St. Laurent. Board the 7 heading north (direction Carleton). Get off on St. Laurent, just after Mutual St. and before Guy (approximately 2 minutes).

From Manor Park: The 7 bus runs on St. Laurent Blvd from Manor Park to 815 St. Laurent Blvd.

From Cummings: The 20 and 27 both run on Cummings out to St. Laurent at Donald. From there, walk to 815 St. Laurent or take the 7 north (direction Carleton).

Questions?

Visit www.crcrr.org for updates.
Please don’t hesitate to ask any of our staff for more information.

You can also phone 613-745-0073 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

Rideau-Rockcliffe Community
Resource Centre is moving!

The Centre is moving from Donald Street to the new Rideau Community Hub at 815 St. Laurent Blvd. This is the former Rideau High School on St. Laurent near McArthur. 

We will be closed from December 23 to January 5 and will start serving clients from the new location on January 6, 2020.

New location, same services

The centre will have the same:

  • Programs and services
  • Staff and volunteers
  • Website and phone number

We are excited to serve clients at our new location. We serve residents in city Ward 13, where the city councillor is Rawlson King. This runs from highway 417 up to the Ottawa River (except Vanier) and from the Rideau River east to Blair Road. We are currently in the southern portion of this area and the new location is more central.

Carson's Community House will remain at 710 Carsons Rd.

Getting to the new location

Our new location at 815 St. Laurent Blvd has more parking. And, it’s served by several bus routes.

Bus 7 passes directly in front of 815 St. Laurent Blvd. Buses 14, 19, 20 and 27 run nearby.

image007.png

Getting to the new location

From Overbrook: Starting at Rideau Rockcliffe Community Resource Centre on Donald Street, take the 19 (direction St-Laurent) and get off on St. Laurent and Coventry (approximately 6 minutes). Cross to the other side of St. Laurent. Board the 7 heading north (direction Carleton). Get off on St. Laurent, just after Mutual St. and before Guy (approximately 2 minutes).

From Manor Park: The 7 bus runs on St. Laurent Blvd from Manor Park to 815 St. Laurent Blvd.

From Cummings: The 20 and 27 both run on Cummings out to St. Laurent at Donald. From there, walk to 815 St. Laurent or take the 7 north (direction Carleton).

Questions?

Visit www.crcrr.org for updates.
Please don’t hesitate to ask any of our staff for more information.

You can also phone 613-745-0073 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..