The Catch-up program is designed for refugee and vulnerable newcomer youth ages 14-21, providing them with after school support tailored to their learning and social integration needs. Catch-up has three components. The first is small group after school tutoring sessions focused on helping students catch-up with math and science skills using a hybrid learning environment. The tutor guides the youth in using QED’s Catch-up e-learning resources but also provides one on one support. QED’s innovative e-learning educational resources are there to bridge educational gaps and address the educational challenges of refugees. The second component is workshops for the caregivers to engage them in helping their children catch up at school, access resources and integrate successfully. The third component of the program is information sessions for settlement workers across Ontario to build capacity and bring this program to areas where Catch-up does not run.