The Muslim Youth Fellowship is a non-partisan program which provides politically motivated students the opportunity to complement their academic studies with hands-on experience working with an elected government representative.
The historic Muslim Youth Fellowship program, now in its third year, provides hands on civic and political leadership training to Muslim youth leaders, with the goal of ensuring that municipal policy-making reflects the diversity that is Toronto’s strength and defining feature.
This year’s Muslim Youth Fellows attended a launch celebration at Toronto City Hall on March 3, that was attended by Toronto Mayor John Tory and Member of Provincial Parliament Doly Begum. Memona Hossain from the
Muslim Association of Canada (MAC)
spoke at the gathering as MAC is one of the supporters of this initiative.