Empowerment Squared is building a world where everyone is empowered with the tools and opportunities to thrive and contribute to society. We do this by empowering newcomer, racialized, and marginalized communities in Canada and across the world to succeed through mentorship, access to post-secondary education, professional skills development and entrepreneurship, and sports and recreation.

PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES

Empowerment Squared offers a diversity of programs for youth and adults in support of academic achievement, professional development, sports and recreation, and more. We hold programs at Empowerment Squared Central (162 King William St, Hamilton), Empowerment Squared East (26 Arrowsmith Rd, Hamilton), online, and at other locations in Canada and Liberia. All of our programs are free of charge for all participants. Most programs require registration.

PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES

Empowerment Squared offers a diversity of programs for youth and adults in support of academic achievement, professional development, sports and recreation, and more. We hold programs at Empowerment Squared Central (162 King William St, Hamilton), Empowerment Squared East (26 Arrowsmith Rd, Hamilton), online, and at other locations in Canada and Liberia. All of our programs are free of charge for all participants. Most programs require registration.

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All Programs & Activities

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Homework Circle
(Youth)

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Hamilton Education Law Program (Youth and Adult)

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Student Navigation Program
(Youth and Adult)

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Sports and Recreation
(Youth)

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Scholarships and Awards
(Youth and Adult)

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Volunteer
(Youth & Adult)

THE LIBERIAN LEARNING CENTER

The Liberian Learning Center is a collaborative project led by Canadian charity Empowerment Squared in partnership with Rotary International, Rotary Club of Hamilton, Rotary Club of Monrovia, Paynesville City Corporation, mcCallumSather, and Hamilton Public Library, and Tri Buchanan Development Corp. The Center will be built in multiple phases on the site of Paynesville City Hall and will include Liberia’s first postwar comprehensive learning center and library, co-working and business incubation spaces, sports and recreation facilities, and event facilities.

THE LIBERIAN LEARNING CENTER

The Liberian Learning Center is a collaborative project led by Canadian charity Empowerment Squared in partnership with Rotary International, Rotary Club of Hamilton, Rotary Club of Monrovia, Paynesville City Corporation, mcCallumSather, and Hamilton Public Library, and Tri Buchanan Development Corp. The Center will be built in multiple phases on the site of Paynesville City Hall and will include Liberia’s first postwar comprehensive learning center and library, co-working and business incubation spaces, sports and recreation facilities, and event facilities.

Southwestern Ontario Black Entrepreneurship Network (SWOBEN)

Empowerment Squared is leading the Southwestern Ontario Black Entrepreneurship Network (SWOBEN) that empowers and supports Black entrepreneurs, including business owners and nonprofit leaders in the greater Southwestern Ontario region, to succeed and thrive by building strong business foundations and optimizing opportunities.  

Southwestern Ontario Black Entrepreneurship Network (SWOBEN)

The Liberian Learning Center is a collaborative project led by Canadian charity Empowerment Squared in partnership with Rotary International, Rotary Club of Hamilton, Rotary Club of Monrovia, Paynesville City Corporation, mcCallumSather, and Hamilton Public Library, and Tri Buchanan Development Corp. The Center will be built in multiple phases on the site of Paynesville City Hall and will include Liberia’s first postwar comprehensive learning center and library, co-working and business incubation spaces, sports and recreation facilities, and event facilities.

News & Updates

Event: Turning the Pages of Progress

Event: Turning the Pages of Progress

Celebrating a new chapter of inspiration and the official dedication of the Liberian Learning Center. When: 9 AM (GMT) - Friday, February 23, 2024 Where: Paynesville City Hall Grounds, Monrovia, Liberia All are welcome, the event is free to attend, and light...