The youth in Dar es Salaam face the challenge of scattered and inaccessible careers information in planning their future. Currently, stakeholders of youth information have quality information they wish to share with youth, but the current system does not allow young people to access it. In turn, young people do not know which future pathways are suited to them, or how to follow them. Further, students with bold, innovative ideas for initiatives and startups lack clear direction on how to proceed. These problems harm the wider job market in Tanzania. As students are not aware of their own skills, and which job they are matched to, employers have identified there is a skills mismatch in the current labour market. This results in both levels of unemployment as high as 50%, as well as up to 75,000 unfilled vacancies annually (Employment and Earning Survey 2014). Young people also face the challenge of scattered and inaccessible information on youth work opportunities. The Career Hub aims to empower the Tanzanian youth by providing a youth information and skills development centre. We aim to gather information provided by youth stakeholders and to deliver it to youth in a clear and accessible way. In doing so, the Career Hub aims to empower the Tanzanian youth aged 14-25 to make informed decisions about their future. We will provide youth with three separate services: data, opportunities, and advice. By linking youth innovators to the necessary data, we aim to provide the information necessary for students to progress with their bold and innovative initiatives. The Career Hub will also link students to opportunities available, such as scholarships, job vacancies, volunteering, work experience, and funding. Finally, we will provide advice to students. This will take the form of self discovery and skills matching, information on university and job pathways, skills development, and application techniques such as CV writing. The services of the Career Hub will be provided through two elements; a physical space and an online platform. The physical space will run mentorship sessions with larger groups, one-to-one careers coaching and consultations for student innovations and start-ups. The physical space will also run facilitation session on topics such as: pre-university career orientation, 21st century corporate skills, and employability skills. Finally, the physical space aims to be a platform for students to self learn through providing a library, reading space, and laptops. This summer, CDI will be focusing particularly on the online space as a resource for students. Primarily, we are focusing on publishing a website which will provide youth with all the services offered by the Career Hub. We will also develop our social media platforms for distributing information, and our mailing list.