Youth ServicesCity Centre Youth Staff
Youth Development Coordinator: Kasie Kwok
Youth Facility Pass Level 1 (resumes September 2022)
Sign up for a free pass to access fun programs and services!
This is a safe space for youth to AllWays be themselves! Activities include games, crafts and discussions around identity, acceptance and inclusion. Come meet awesome youth staff, volunteers and peers!
Come hang out with us in City Centre's social room! Whether you want to play foosball and video games, or you need to study and finish homework, there's something for everyone! Silent study spaces and power outlets available.
Join in on this free weekly intergenerational painting session for youth and seniors. Supplies included.
Fearless Book Club
Calling all social justice advocates! Join this weekly discussions on books, films and literature around gender, sexuality and social justice! All youth welcome!
Looking for a place to hang out? Come play air hockey, pool and a ton of board games that include Ticket to Ride, Settlers of Catan and more!
Hang out, dance, and share the love of K-Pop with fellow youth!
Youth Facility Pass Level 2
For $7 per year, access all the Level 1 activities, plus access to Drop-in Dance and the Fitness Centre. A completed Parental Consent Form and fitness orientation is required for this pass.
Youth Fitness Centre Access
Drop-in to the fitness centre during the scheduled youth times and get sweating!
Looking for more gym times? Use the fitness centre any time with a Total Fitness Pass or a 10 Visit Pass!
Dance Drop-in (16+ years)
Practice dancing and connect with others that share the passion for dance in this communal dance space. Please bring own music and personal headphones to respect the shared space.
Youth Leadership Teams
Six different youth teams meet weekly at City Centre Community Centre to plan and create community service projects and initiatives. Volunteers on the leadership teams have the chance to learn and develop leadership, teamwork and project planning skills while also getting to know other youth in the community.
Recruitment begins in September 2022.
Always wanted to start your own business? Beta U is the Business, Entrepreneurship and Resource Development team where volunteers turn business ideas into real-life ventures.
Yearning to make a difference in the community? This group is the Social Responsibility and Change Team where like-minded volunteers come together to explore social concerns and design projects to fight them.
Share your talents in music and the arts with this Arts, Culture and Music Team that welcomes volunteers to bring their creative ideas to life.
Women make up half of the population in Canada, yet they are vastly underrepresented in leadership roles. Did you know that only 15 per cent of CEOs in Canada are women? Join this group to make important changes! This group is a committee targeted toward young women that aims to empower them to take on leadership opportunities, no matter the field.
Richmond is home to people of all races, genders, sexual orientations and more making with each experience being unique. Join this club to to explore leadership and volunteer opportunities that promote Richmond's wonderfully diverse community through arts, events and more. Together, we can create a strong community and celebrate who we are.
Intergen (16-24 years)
According to Statistics Canada, youth and older adults stands for 36 per cent of Canada's total population. From your perspective, what is the association between these two populations? What is aging? Do you want to learn how to build a healthy community with positive intergenerational relationships? Join Intergen to meet with other youth on a weekly basis to plan, coordinate and lead initiatives to make Richmond an inclusive, age-friendly and healthy place to live.