BAH

Increasing the capacity of Black Canadian Youths and Women to access loans, grants, and resources.

POWERED BY CASA FOUNDATION

The Black Advisory Hub (BAH) is a project for the integration and socio-professional inclusion of the Black community in Canada through innovation and  is a community-based program which aims to create better employment, higher incomes, and increased number of jobs, especially for Black and African diasporas through entrepreneurial training, the incubation of start-ups, provision of mentoring, coaching and paid and unpaid placements as well as to create new businesses and accelerate the number of growing Black-owned companies. (Ref: CASA Foundation Website)

The project is premised on four pillars and aims to achieve the following:

  • Promote economic opportunities and sustainable jobs for the Black and African diaspora.
  • Improve the employability of the Black and African diaspora in Canada through entrepreneurship training, mentoring, networking, financial planning, branding and brand strategy concepts, leadership skills, and gender development.
  • Support the development and financing of entrepreneurial businesses and co-operatives of Black and African diaspora.
  • Ensure they are loan and grant ready to build long-term sustainability of the offerings; and support the development and financing of entrepreneurial businesses and co-operatives of Black/African diaspora.

PROGRAMS OFFERED UNDER THE BLACK ADVISORY HUB

The following programs are available for black college and university students in Alberta:

Click HERE to apply for any of the above programs