Promoting a culture of support, encouragement, and respect...


The Wilson Project Employment and Training Centre is a grassroots, nonprofit organization, whose mission is to cultivate and sustain mentorship and training programs, scholarships, and opportunities for youth within the community. The project was founded in 2010 by Kenroy Wilson in memory of his late father, Ralph Wilson, who was murdered during Kenroy’s teenage years. The positive relationships, mentorship, and support Kenroy experienced during that time stood as his inspiration for founding the project. It is in this way that he has been able to provide young people access to positive mentorship and character building opportunities just as he experienced.

The Wilson Project Employment and Training Centre thrives on transforming and empowering future generations to live their best lives as successful and contributing members of society.


"Who you are tomorrow begins with what you do today" - Tim Fargo



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