CFEE has a variety of print and online resources to assist newcomers with their settlement and integration challenge. We work with a network of over 800 immigrant serving agencies.
Both in-school and out of school. This is CFEE’s primary target audience in terms of “end-users” but we aim to work in collaboration with partners – educators, community service agencies, etc. - to assist youth.
CFEE provides resources for parents and guardians to support their efforts to help improve the economic, financial, and enterprising capability of their own children and to assist them in providing youth with guidance on their education, training, and career choices. Resources simultaneously help parents and guardians improve their own knowledge and skills.
CFEE has a variety of resources and programs to support those who are interested, or involved, in starting new ventures or making enterprising contributions within businesses, government institutions, not-for-profit organizations, or education. CFEE believes developing enterprising capability can be beneficial to anyone - regardless of the nature of their endeavours.
CFEE provides a wide array of resources and programs to support both the professional development of teachers and in-class instruction by providing free, high quality teaching tools. We also work in collaboration with principals, school board officials, and officials at the ministries and departments of education across Canada.
CFEE organizes workshops, and provides resources, to assist seniors with their financial interests, questions, and challenges.
CFEE works in partnership with employers who wish to provide opportunities in the workplace for employees to improve their economic and financial capabilities.