What We Do

Our programs


All of our workshops include a variety of activities and discussion points to ensure that they are fun and engaging.

Our workshop activities are designed to get young people thinking, reflecting and talking, building their confidence and supporting them to develop and share their ideas and opinions.

Educational Support

MYEC provides an extra class on Maths and Science classes to combat these social problems affecting our teenagers. This is because we have identified maths and science as the key strategic influence in their education, which can improve their confidence in learning and therefore, we offer free maths and science classes for all interested teenagers in Manchester. Our volunteers provide activities and classes that are held in person at our centre and online. Free for a student from a disadvantaged family, and charitable price for those who are not.

Sports Tournament

We understand that sports can become a powerful tool for development and learning. Because it promotes participation, inclusion, human values, acceptance of rules, discipline, health promotion, tolerance, gender equality, teamwork, among others. So, we organise an indoor and outdoor tournament of various sports during the summer period. 

Musical instruments training Workshop;

Similar to performing arts, music helps young people release and or harness emotions and helps cope with difficult situations such as peer pressure, substance abuse, pressures of study and family, the dynamics of friendships and social life, and the pain of loss or abuse. Therefore, in MYEC, we create an enabling environment for them to learn and make music. This also includes learning how to play the musical instruments themselves.

Drama  Class 

At MYEC, we found performing arts, drama and public speaking is useful for building confidence, charisma, concentration, creativity, communication, and character, these are essential personable traits for standing out in the crowd, furthermore the development of emotional intelligence, nurturing of relationships and friendships will come in handy in day-to-day interactions. 

Mentorship programs

We believe that mentoring can help youth as they go through challenging life transitions, including dealing with stressful changes at home or transitioning to adulthood. Our resilience- building mentorship programs are promoted through public policy with the goal of having multiple opportunities to build trusting and long-lasting relationships with our youths. 

Wants to learn how to play African Drums?

Fancy speaking in front of others?

Fancy playing Ping Pong?

Are you bored?

Join us on Saturdays