Organized Kaos, Organized Success
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Organized Kaos, Organized Success

CLAC recently became a sponsor of Organized Kaos, a local registered charity in Brantford. The mission of Organized Kaos is to apprentice young people in life and the skilled trades. It offers a safe environment in which young people work and learn alongside skilled tradespersons from the community

Organized Kaos uses a mentorship approach, offering classes to students (ages 12 to 17) to learn life skills and more about the trades. It currently has four shops, two carpentry shops and two autobody shops, where it offers classes.

Students can sign up online to take classes in carpentry, automotive repair, masonry, concrete finishing, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and welding. In addition to the classes held in the shops, Organized Kaos recently launched a mobile trades classroom, which travels to multiple elementary and high schools and community centres in the Brant County area and on the Six Nations Reservation year-round. The classroom teaches over 2,000 students per year.

In September, Organized Kaos held their Vision BBQ, an annual night of fun where organizers shared past accomplishments with supporters and what the future holds for the charity. CLAC has always supported the skills trades and continues to look for opportunities to support the next generation of skilled workers.

If you are interested in becoming a mentor for Organized Kaos, please visit organizedkaos.org or contact Shawn Stuart at shawnstuart@organizedkaos.org for more information.

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