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Husnaa Zamarai, 2016 LIST graduate

By: Nabila Tasnim & Husnaa Zamarai, LIST Students

Check out this coverage of the LIST program in the North York Mirror

By Tayeeba Nur Rahman, LIST Student
The visit of CIBC volunteers to the LIST program was one of the most thrilling ones.

By: Mubarak Busari, LIST Student
On August 16, Charmagne Sia Lu, a doctor of naturopathic medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, came to the LIST program to speak to us on mental health.

By: Husaifa Mansoor, LIST Student
On August 12, Mackenzie Investments came to visit New circles, and it was a wonderful experience!

By: Hania Durrani, LIST Student
On August 11, Fiona Thiele, a Team Manager from TELUS, came to the LIST program to talk about interview skills.

In June, Sheqofah and her daughter Nazanin sat down with New Circles to share their family’s settlement journey.

By: Rahaf Al-Enzy, LIST Student
It was a few weeks of preparation involving clothing program manager Poppy Phioukham and half of the LIST students, as we put together the clothing, signs, and food for the Seniors Mobile on August 10.

By: Khalisah Ahamat, LIST Student
On August 9, the Leaders in Service Training program participants took a trip to the Hudson’s Bay at Eaton’s Centre.

By: Jerusalem Bete, LIST Student
There are many things that I hope the LIST program will teach me such as what style is appropriate, what is good quality and bad quality clothing, and what’s trending today.

By: Saawi Baloch, LIST Student
Being a member of the LIST program is an amazing experience. So far, I have learned a lot from this program.

By: Kuralay Zhaksylyk, LIST Student
My name is Kuralay Zhaksylyk and I am part of the LIST program. Also known as the Leaders In Service Training program, LIST provides youth with valuable retail and customer service skills during the summer.

New Circles' GLOW clothing service is the largest clothing bank in Toronto. We help 12,000 people of all ages annually.